Listen to recordings of a range of Runnymede events and conferences below:

Race and Class: Challenging Inequalities?

Listen to a recording of this public lecture and panel discussion with Liz Fekete, Director at the Institute of Race Relations; Ellie-Mae O'Hagan, Centre for Labour and Social Studies 'Class'; James Nazroo, Professor of Sociology and Director of Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity 'CoDE'; and Debbie Weekes-Bernard, Head of Resarch at the Runnymede Trust.

Does Sport Promote or Challenge Racism? EuroRacism, Cosmopolitanism and Sport

Listen to a recording of this lecture and panel discussion with world leading authority on sports and race Professor Ben Carrington.

Liverpool race equality question time

Listen to a recording of our Liverpool question time event with all questions focused on the theme of race equality in the North West.

Oxford race equality question time (2012)

Listen to a recording of our question time event with Trevor Phillips and others on 3 May 2012.

Secularism, racism and the politics of belonging

Listen to a recording of this Runnymede conference.

APPG Race and Community session with Theresa May (2010)

Listen to a recording of the joint meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Groups on Race and Community and Equalities, at which home secretary Theresa May spoke about the government's work on equality.

David Lammy on black fatherhood

Listen to former higher education minister David Lammy MP on black fatherhood in the 21st century.

How does it feel to be treated like a terrorist?

Zin Derfoufi recounts his experience of being targeted by specialist anti-terrorism police. Zin explains how he was detained at the airport and forced to miss his flight to India last year.

How to avoid permanent exclusions

Richard Brown, headteacher of Hackney Free and Parochial school, explains how he managed to avoid any permanent exclusions for nearly two years in this 7-minute long recorded interview with Debbie Weekes-Bernard.

Podcasts of the presentations made at the Runnymede panel of the Living Together conference in June 2010 are now available.

Click here for the first in the series, with a focus on race equality and education

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