The Runnymede Trust is funded from three main sources: Grant income from various foundations and trusts (this makes up the majority of our income), donations from individual and organisational supporters, and income from commissioned research work.
You can find education resources on our website, as well as the publications we have written. We have teaching resources for KS3-5English Literature via Lit in Colour, a partnership between us and Penguin Books UK. You can also find resources via Our Migration Story, our award-winning resources for teachers, students and anyone who is interested in Britain’s migration history.
We do not run courses on anti-racism but signpost good practice on anti-racist practices throughout all the work we do.
All our historic publications and bulletins are stored at the Black Cultural Archives. You can contact them via email@example.com.
The Runnymede Trust is a not-for-profit organisation that relies solely on donations which we use for our core work and projects. We are therefore unable to fund individual educational courses.
We do not accept interns. This is because we believe that everyone should be paid for their time and work, and all our staff are paid the National Living Wage. Every year we run our Unbound Development Programme which we encourage prospective interns to apply for. See FAQ below
We run a yearly Unbound Development Programme for emerging leaders in the racial justice space. This programme is for people who are keen to further develop their skills and experience. If you are interested in joining us, please sign up to our newsletter to know about new opportunities or you can check our vacancy page regularly.
We are based in London, UK but we also work nationally and internationally. You can find our contact information and address on our Contact page.
We do not offer space for advertising on our website.