Race Matters

Black British Voices project: Major national study aims to redefine black Britishness

05 Nov, 2021 by Paula Dyke

It has been an emotional year. From the ongoing loss of human life as a result of Covid-19 to the ongoing struggle around Black ...

Black History Month - How far have we really come?

29 Oct, 2021 by Sisanda Myataza

As Black History month draws to a close after weeks of curated events and celebrations pertaining to black history and heritage ...

Voter ID: a disproportionate solution to an invisible problemĀ 

07 Sep, 2021 by Alba Kapoor

Runnymede's Senior Policy Officer, Alba Kapoor, gives an in-depth look at the Elections Bill and why mandatory Voter ID poses a ...

Decolonising the curriculum: the importance of teacher training and development

25 Jun, 2021 by Martin Johnson and Melissa Mouthaan

When it comes to decolonising the school curriculum, teachers can serve as important agents for change. Martin Johnson and Melis ...

The case of Osime Brown: the young autistic man facing deportation

11 Jun, 2021 by Raoul Walawalker

Despite being autistic with high support needs, 22-year-old Osime Brown faces deportation to his birthplace of Jamaica. Raoul Wa ...

A tale of progress or a story of stereotypes? BME representation on film

04 Jun, 2021 by Leon Williams

The racist TV of the 1970s may feel like a lifetime ago. But how much has really changed when it comes to the representation of ...

BLM and education: are we any closer to a school system that works for all?

03 Jun, 2021 by Sophia Purdy-Moore

One year ago, hundreds of thousands of people took to Britain's streets to protest structural and institutional racism. One area ...

A year since George Floyd's death, the struggle must continue

25 May, 2021 by Kingsley Sheteh Newuh

Last summer, a 46-year-old man named George Floyd was murdered by the Minneapolis Police, outraging the world. A year on, Kingsl ...