For racial justice

Runnymede Trust

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For racial justice

Runnymede Trust

See latest publications
runnymede trust

We generate research to challenge structural racism in Britain

For more than 50 years, we have worked tirelessly to build a Britain in which we all enjoy equal opportunities.


46% of ethnic minority children are living in poverty in Britain.


For every £1 of White British wealth, Indian households have 90-95p, Pakistani households 50p, Black Caribbean 20p, and Black African and Bangladeshi households have 10p.


Black people are 18 times more likely to be stopped and searched under Section 60 than their white counterparts.


Fewer than 1% of students at GCSE level study a book by a writer of colour.

latest publications

We provide the evidence to understand racial injustice

From broadening the curriculum to exposing the Windrush scandal, our work is rooted in understanding structural racism and its impact on our communities. Proudly independent, for over 50 years our authoritative research-based interventions have equipped decision makers, practitioners and citizens with the knowledge and tools to deliver genuine progress towards racial justice in Britain. 

Policy Development

Creating a crisis: Immigration, racism and the 2024 general election

The mainstreaming of far-right ideas and narratives is predicated on the exclusion of people of colour, and is harming UK democracy


Racial segregation and the asylum system: the case of RAF Wethersfield

People of colour are bearing the brunt of shocking conditions in mass asylum accommodation, which amount to racial segregation.

Criminal Justice

Against Serious Violence Reduction Orders: discriminatory, harmful and counterproductive

As police forces in England and Wales pilot Serious Violence Reduction Orders (SVROs), we urge the government to scrap this new discriminatory stop and search power and behavioural order.

Criminal Justice

The racialised harm of police strip searches: a response from the Runnymede Trust to a Home Office consultation

A response from the Runnymede Trust to a Home Office consultation, outlining the racialised harm of police strip searches across England and Wales.

Policy Development

Our priorities for racial justice in Britain

Our 2023 agenda for policy making on racial justice in Britain.


Visualise: race and inclusion in secondary school art education

Visualise examines the current state of race and inclusion in art education in England. We confirm what educators have been saying for years: that art education is at crisis point.

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Race Matters

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