Race Matters

Category : LGBT

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Where are all the people of colour in science fiction?

11 Aug, 2017 by Imani Bernard

Seventeen-year-old Imani Bernard tells us why representation of BME people and women is important everywhere - including in her ...

Black and gay: The persistence of racism in the LGBT community

08 Aug, 2017 by Emmanuel Agu

Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, founder of UK Black Pride, which celebrated its 13th birthday this year, says:"UK Black Pride (UKBP) was fou ...

History, patience and frustration: A review of I Am Not Your Negro

11 Apr, 2017 by admin

Runnymede Policy Officer Kimberly McIntosh reviews the Oscar-nominated documentary based on unfinished work by celebrated writer ...

Inhuman and degrading: the hidden reality of mass deportation

07 Apr, 2017 by admin

Last week 17 people were arrested for grounding a privately chartered ‘ghost flight' at Stansted airport, which would ...