Runnymede's Academic Forum brings together over 70 leading scholars working on race. For over six years it has helped shape Runnymede's work, leading to high-impact and innovative research. The recent collection of essays Criminal Justice vs Racial Justice, and Who Cares about the White Working Class? are both collaborations with the Forum.
The Forum’s members are drawn from across the UK, producing groundbreaking work on race equality in a diversity of fields, from education and criminal justice to migration and law. Runnymede invites members to join, selecting those who will ensure that our work is informed by the latest thinking and evidence.
Read more about the Academic Forum.
Emerging Scholars Forum
An exciting development is the founding of the Emerging Scholars Forum. This brings together 30 talented early-career academics and Phd candidates. The Forum gives them the opportunity to both apply their research more widely and inform Runnymede’s thinking.
Read more about the Emerging Scholars Forum.
For more information on either Forum please contact Ojeaku Nwabuzo.
Supporting the Forum
The running of the Academic Forum and Emerging Scholars Forum is kindly supported by donations from universities. Runnymede is grateful to the following institutions for their kind support:
- Brunel University
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- Middlesex University