In Memory Of Dr Carl Hylton

In Memory of Dr Carl Hylton

We offer the friends and family of Dr Carl Hylton our deepest condolences at his passing. As a foundIng member of JUST, he was deeply committed to the fight for social justice and equality. We are the poorer for the…

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Racial Justice Bulletin – November 2016

Racial Justice Bulletin – November 2016

JUST Speaks JUST's Director Ratna Lachman reflects on the National Anti-Hate Crime Initiative being hosted by Eric Pickles MP. Read More Recent Publications Read More Social media and internet link to radicalism is overstated, finds study Lammy Review of BAME…

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Why I decided to leave the Lib Dems – Lester Holloway

My reason for ending associations with this party was its’ collective failure to promote race equality and anti-racism both in policy terms and within the party itself. Some of the issues may be internal but as a public party that seeks public votes these are issues that concern us all, regardless of political affiliation or support. Indeed they are issues that, to a greater or lesser extent, affect all parties.
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Racial Justice Bulletin – Special Issue: 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech, 28 August

 

Martin Luther King, August 28th 1963 – “I Have a Dream”

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FROM PILLAR TO POST: PAN-EUROPEAN RACISM AND THE ROMA

Europe’s Roma face a double victimisation both as Roma and as migrants and are fast becoming the number one scapegoat for the economic crisis, argues IRR’s Director Liz Fekete in this hard-hitting review of anti-Roma hate campaigns across Europe. The…

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Liberal Democrat Task Force on Race Equality – first report

The first report of the Liberal Democrat Task Force on Race Equality addresses race equality in education and employment. Published in June 2013, the report recommends maintaining the wider role of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), reinstating funding to the…

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Parliamentary inquiry into new family migration rules

The APPG on Migration Family Migration inquiry was launched on 20 November 2012 to explore the impacts of new rules on family migration that came into force on 9 July 2012. In particular, the inquiry looked at the new minimum…

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British Sikh Report 2013

The British Sikh report was published in June 2013. It is the first strategic document of its kind, aimed at Local and Central Government and national institutions, which highlights the thoughts and aspirations of the British Sikh community in the…

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Racial Profiling Of Stop And Search Targets By Police Does Not Reduce Crime, Equality Watchdog Finds

Racial profiling of stop-and-search suspects makes absolutely no difference to crime figures, a new report has warned. Forces in the UK who disproportionately stopped more black and Asian suspects did not have lower crime figures, but some communities are still…

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