Author Archives: Runnymede Trust

Race relations archive moves to Brixton

Forty years’ worth of race relations material is moving to Brixton. A collection of press cuttings, interview transcripts, pamphlets, posters and reports documenting UK race relations since 1968 will move to the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) in Brixton this month.

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Does race have a place in the Big Society?

On the 30th anniversary of the first Brixton Riot, we ask: Does Race Have A Place In The Big Society?

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Ethnic Minorities At High Risk Of Poverty In Old Age

Ethnic minority groups are up to three times as likely as white people to experience poverty in retirement, according to a new Runnymede report to be launched on Older People’s Day, Friday 1 October 2010.

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