Race Matters

Category : Immigration & Asylum

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 ...

The Africa I expected vs. the Africa I saw

17 Sep, 2018 by Edward Ademolu

Growing up in the UK, Edward Ademolu had only seen images of 'Africa' on the television, predominantly via fundraising packages ...

Home Office failing LGBTQI asylum seekers

31 Jul, 2018 by admin

As a playwright and an actress, I have always enjoyed working with verbatim theatre processes, where the script is created solel ...

Intending not to discriminate isn’t enough

23 Apr, 2018 by Lester Holloway

The hostile environment immigration policy has caused the recent uptick in the threat of detention and deportation, and the deni ...

Listening to the Windrush generation about our past

20 Apr, 2018 by Lester Holloway

‘The past is never dead. It’s not even past’. William Faulkner’s epistle is regularly cited both because ...

British Citizenship and the Windrush generation

20 Apr, 2018 by Lester Holloway

By Sundeep Lidher The threats of deportation facing individuals who arrived in Britain from the West Indies between 1948 and 19 ...

Government under pressure over treatment of Windrush kids

16 Apr, 2018 by admin

The British Government is facing intense criticism for its treatment of the children of the Windrush generation after it was cla ...

Under the Radar: ethnic minority women in the labour market

05 Jan, 2018 by Anam Bashir

Here LSE graduate Anam Bashir, who now works in research and policy for the UN’s Agency for Migration in Geneva, takes a l ...

The Caribbean contribution to London's transport network

31 Oct, 2017 by Runnymede

For the last in our series of re-produced articles to celebrate Black History Month, staff at the London Transport Museum b ...