Download the online Runnymede Bulletin for free
The Spring 2013 edition of the Runnymede Bulletin - which focuses on young people - is now available to read and download. Articles include:
- Male Black Youth Unemployment
- The Marginalisation of Refugee Children
- Reducing Inequalities in School Exclusions
- Exploring "Digital Race"
You can download an easy-read Word version of this bulletin by clicking here. Runnymede takes no responsibility for any subsequent changes made to this version of the bulletin.
The Runnymede Bulletin was a finalist in the category of Specialist Magazine for the 2010 Digital Magazine Awards
More about the Runnymede Bulletin:
The Runnymede Bulletin, previously a quarterly journal, became an online magazine in 2010. While the format has changed, the Bulletin's content is of the same high quality, offering timely and thought-provoking analysis of key race relations issues in the UK today.
If you would like to receive paper copies of the Runnymede Bulletin four times a year (editions are: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter), at a cost of £45 for an annual subscription, please fill in a subscription form and email it to email@example.com
To receive a link with the online version of the Runnymede Bulletin, register for our website. It is free and, once you've registered, remembering to tick the box to indicate you would like monthly updates, you will be the first to know when the magazine is published.
As a member of the website you will also be able to view all our publications for free and contribute to our online debates.
Since its first publication in 1969, the Runnymede Bulletin has become an invaluable resource for:
- Reporting events relating to the UK's development as a multi-ethnic society
- Surveying and evaluating media coverage of race and ethnicity
- Carrying out research and policy analysis on key issues of racial equality and cultural diversit
- Reviewing and outlining current articles, papers, books and report
- Reporting on themes and updates on developments in Europe, education, employment and institutional reform
The online Runnymede Bulletin is published four times a year, following the seasons.
If you have any feedback, suggestions or articles to pitch for the Runnymede Bulletin, please email Robin Frampton