In a surprise to no one who was paying attention the British government’s Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, has concluded that ‘concerns the UK is institutionally racist are not borne out by the evidence’.
Research & Reports
Improving assessments and interventions to reduce suicide risk requires updated evidence on risk factors. We aimed to examine risk factors associated with suicide in prisoners.
Self-harm and use of restraint are increasingly commonplace in the youth justice system, according to government figures that also show a record-high proportion of children in youth custody are from BAME backgrounds.
There will never be another year like this one… Applause and anger from balconies as a pandemic rages; military trucks carrying coffins; health care workers in personal protective equipment; and millions marching for racial justice.
It was revealed yesterday that there may be a separate MI6 policy to break the law in the UK and that the UK government has for more than a year urged the tribunal to keep it secret.
Thanks to community organising efforts led by friends and family, Gaia’s story made national headlines, hundreds of people joined the search and thousands more took action in an enormous grassroots effort to find her.
It has been common knowledge for decades that black youth are disproportionately excluded from school permanently. No significant progress has been made to change this reality in spite of many reports.
The EHRC is failing to protect Black people’s human rights. The Joint Committee on Human Rights examined racial inequalities in Britain highlighted across health, criminal justice, immigration and democracy.