Category: Features


Free lectures and panel debates on race, racism and resistance in the UK on film and broadcast media

Are you a student interested in current debates on race, film and broadcast media? As part of the Generation 3.0 project, which aims to end racism within a generation, Runnymede is organising a series of free lectures and panel debates…

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Blog: In response to @savechildrenuk report, how can HAs help to tackle #childpoverty ?

by Jas Bains (CEO of Ashram HA) Today Save the Children published their Child Poverty in 2012: It shouldn’t happen here report. This highlights the impact of the recession on Britain’s children and the severity of poverty experienced by 3.5…

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News: The dangers of over-diversification

Diversification into new markets may seem like a solution to the funding crisis, but for Sadeh Lok Housing Group it was a mistake by Paul Dolan on the Guadian Most housing associations are wrestling with the idea of mitigating business…

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Feature: Oldham: A town still divided?

The Oldham riots raised ugly questions about segregation. Ten years on, Ben Chu argues that the problems were always more nuanced – but that the town, along with Bradford and Burnley, is learning the lessons of its past. The Manchester…

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