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Alba Kapoor, our senior policy manager, on our report 'Broken Ladders: the myth of meritocracy for women of colour in the workplace'
The rate of police officers in UK schools is leaving Black and minority ethnic pupils over-policed and under-protected.
Our response to the Home Office's cruel and racist plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
Reflections from the Runnymede Trust following our CEO being invited to speak at the march and vigil for Ukraine.
New government guidance on ‘politically impartial’ teaching risks shutting down conversations about race with students
The policing, elections and borders bills are an assault on the civil rights of ethnic minorities
Islamophobia is rife not only in the Conservative Party, but across the political spectrum and in media establishments.
Allowing the Home Office to revoke British citizenship without notice would be indefensible, writes Alba Kapoor, our senior policy officer.
Fewer than 1% of students at GCSE study a book by a writer of colour. Lit in Colour is here to change that.
Azeem Rafiq’s testimony to British lawmakers over the racism he suffered throughout his sporting career says a lot about institutional racism in Britain
Dr Halima Begum, our CEO, on the sentencing of Derek Chauvin
"To achieve true social mobility, the state must act as a leveller" - our CEO Dr Halima Begum
Our CEO Dr Halima Begum on the release of the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities
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