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Home Office found 'Guilty' after mock trial

16 Feb, 2019 by Laurie Mompelat

A mock trial held the Home Office to account for racism and human rights violations last week. Here, Runnymede Researcher&n ...

Arts and Resistance in a Hostile World

07 Feb, 2019 by admin

As Runnymede embarks on an arts and research-based project with Creative Interruptions, academics Sarita Malik, Panayiota Demetr ...

Runnymede's Director on Government's race equality announcement

11 Oct, 2018 by Omar Khan

Runnymede welcomes government action, but we need to see greater ambition and commitment to tackle racial inequalities On the s ...

50 years on: the Race Relations Act and the Runnymede Trust

03 Oct, 2018 by Omar Khan

This is a year of anniversaries. Not just our 50th, but the centenary of (partial) woman’s suffrage and of the end of the ...

A creative clap back to racism in the arts

10 Sep, 2018 by admin

Article by Laurie Mompelat How many of us have grown up without reflections of ourselves in media and arts? Faced with the ...

Why we need to talk about slavery

27 Aug, 2018 by admin

The legacy of enslavement is relevant today, says Kimberly McIntosh Britain’s role in the transatlantic slave trade only ...