Race Matters

Category : Intersectionality

Three steps to make higher education more inclusive

12 Mar, 2019 by Furaha Asani

Over the years, Runnymede has presented overwhelming evidence that there are racial inequalities in higher education, not least ...

International Women's Day 2019: What did you do?

09 Mar, 2019 by admin

Women all over the country - and indeed the globe - have been celebrating the 8 March this week. International Women's Day (IWD ...

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 ...

Faith to Faithless: The hidden suffering of apostates in the UK

24 Sep, 2018 by Teddy Prout

Teddy Prout, Director of Community Services at Humanists UK, sheds some light on the little known struggle of ex-religious peopl ...

100 years after the first women got the vote, the fight for true equality goes on

14 Jun, 2018 by Lester Holloway

By Kimberly McIntosh, Runnymede Policy Officer Sunday saw processions across the country celebrating 100 years since the Repres ...

Integration is not a one way process

16 Mar, 2018 by admin

Runnymede Policy Officer, Kimberly Macintosh believes the Government has its priorities all wrong with it comes to integrat ...

Chancellor must ensure his budgets don't discriminate

24 Jan, 2018 by admin

The Chancellor has no excuse not to do an equality assessment on his budget, says Kimberly McIntoshThe wealth gap between rich a ...

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 ...

Book review: 'The double-bind that Muslim women find themselves in'

07 Dec, 2017 by Samayya Afzal

With Islamophobia emerging as a key discussion point of 2018, community activist Samayya Afzal reviews Egyptian-American Mo ...

Generation Revolution: Young black London activists in all their complexity

27 Nov, 2017 by Runnymede

Serving police officer Seb Adjei-Addoh gives his take on a powerful new documentary on activism among young 'black and brown' ac ...

Universal Credit is failing women and ethnic minorities

20 Nov, 2017 by Runnymede

Universal Credit is failing those who are only just about managing, with women and black and minority ethnic (BME) households hi ...