Forthcoming Events

27 July 2015

Impact of the budget on BME families

Runnymede publish study into the impact of the 2015 budget

03 September 2015

What do young black Londoners think about the ethnic penalty?

The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies is seeking the views of young black Londoners about their work on the 'ethnic penalty'. The event is being held in collaboration with the 20:20 Change Foundation.

10 September 2015

Black Lives Matter In The Age of Obama

Bernie Grant Memorial Lecture

Thursday 10th September 2015

7:30pm - 10:00pm

 

 


16 September 2015

Is the Poverty Premium a fact of life or can it be eradicated?

Toynbee Hall is hosting a 'smoking room debate' on the Poverty Premium at 7:30pm on Wednesday 16th September. Dr Omar Khan, Director of Runnymede Trust, will be joining a panel hosted by Jon Snow.

13 October 2015

Transforming Policy, Changing Lives

Dr Omar Khan, Director of Runnymede Trust, to speak at the 5th OECD World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy in Guadalajara, Mexico. The conference, to be opened by the Presidents of Mexico and Costa Rica, will address the question "How do we best put into practice well-being measures to improve public policies and people's lives?".

13 October 2015

Challenging 'Hate Crime': Research, Policy and Practice

Dr Debbie Weekes-Bernard, Head of Research at Runnymede Trust, is to speak to delegates attending the Challenging 'Hate Crime': Research, Policy and Practice conference in Liverpool on Tuesday 13th October