Race Matters

Category : Crime

The case for a public inquiry into Covid-19 deaths

12 Jun, 2020 by Carson Cole Arthur

No one is in any doubt that black and Asian people are at a greater risk of dying from Covid-19 than white people. As pressure m ...

Hostile environment: Forced deportations resumed

06 Feb, 2020 by Zita Holbourne

As the government resumes its widely criticised programme of forced deportation by charter flights, Zita Holbourne, a human righ ...

Gypsies and Travellers: Worst changes for a decade

19 Dec, 2019 by Emma Nuttall

As the new government seeks to honour the Conservative election pledge to 'tackle unauthorised Traveller camps' Emma Nuttal ...

LISTEN > Extending stop & search: damaging and ineffective

11 Sep, 2019 by Zubaida Haque

In this 5-minute audio segment for BBC Sounds (September 2019), Runnymede Deputy Director Dr Zubaida Haque outlines why governme ...

Connecting the dots: structural racism in 2019

21 Mar, 2019 by Laurie Mompelat

Our Research Analyst Laurie Mompelat explains why recognising and fighting against structural racism is as appropriate toda ...

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 ...

2011 Runnymede comments on 'gangs' and the UK riots

09 May, 2018 by Omar Khan

In 2011, our then-head of policy, Omar Khan, wrote on the term 'gang' and the UK riots. As the issue is again in the news, we're ...

Artificial intelligence and racial bias: Can robots be racist?

18 Dec, 2017 by Lester Holloway

Runnymede Communications Manager Lester Holloway looks at how advances in the technology sector could be leaving black and minor ...