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Abandoned voices from the UK asylum system in a time of Covid-19

Despite the assurances given to a parliamentary committee, asylum housing providers are still neglecting the health and welfare of vulnerable residents including young children, says John Grayson of South Yorkshire Migration & Asylum Action Group, continuing his investigations.

June 22, 2020

BAME, refugee and migrant custody deaths in the UK

An update on BAME, refugee and migrant deaths in custody since September 2014.

June 18, 2020

Black Lives Matter Roundup (3 – 17 June 2020)

The Black Lives Matter movement has provoked many revelations and discussions of institutional racism in various fields, not only criminal justice but also education, sport, media and culture; we cover a selection of these below.

June 18, 2020

Calendar of Racism and Resistance (3 – 17 June 2020)

A fortnightly resource for anti-racist and social justice campaigns, highlighting key events in the UK and Europe.

June 18, 2020

Race & Class reading on police racism in the US and the UK

The world is waking up to the brutality of police racism following the killing of George Floyd, which has instigated mass protests of resistance. Here we publish a collection of Race & Class articles (all free to download for the next six weeks) on policing and the carceral state in the US and the UK, featuring seminal writers including A. Sivanandan, Angela Davis, Micol Seigel and Lee Bridges.

June 17, 2020