Racial Justice

Reflecting on 2018 and looking forward to 2019 at the Racial Justice Network

Looking forward to 2019, building on the work of 2018, we will be hosting a ‘collective conversation’ series throughout the year. Through this series – funded with the support of Scurrah Wainwright Charity – we hope to bring together a wide range of people from our communities to discuss big issues, including race and mental health, race and disability, and a number of topical issues. read more

Terrorism

Racial Justice Network Statement on Terror attacks on Leeds Mosque and Gurdwara

Whilst we believe that the far-right are still in the minority, there is a real need for the solidification and growth of anti-racist movements. With our allies across the country, the Racial Justice Network will be a part of it. read more

Islamophobia

School Safe Spaces?

School Safe Spaces? In the last few days a video of a young Syrian boy being attacked and bullied has gone viral. Whilst there has been lots of media coverage, there has been little if any attempt to recognise this … read more

Migration

Reflecting on 2018 and looking forward to 2019 at the Racial Justice Network

Looking forward to 2019, building on the work of 2018, we will be hosting a ‘collective conversation’ series throughout the year. Through this series – funded with the support of Scurrah Wainwright Charity – we hope to bring together a wide range of people from our communities to discuss big issues, including race and mental health, race and disability, and a number of topical issues. read more

Economy

RJN: Reflecting on 2017, looking forward to 2018

RJN: Reflecting on 2017, looking forward to 2018 Remi Joseph Salisbury and Penny Wangari-Jones from the Racial Justice Network take stock:    2017 has been an eventful year. From the election of Donald Trump to the continued fallout of the Brexit … read more