Category - racial justice

  • 6 Jun 2013

    Professor Ted Cantle, Chair of the iCoCo Foundation and a leading national expert on community cohesion and intercultural relations, has joined the Accord Coalition for inclusive education.

  • 7 Jul 2011

    Dr Jorge Ramirez Reyna, president of Asociación Negra de Defensa y Promoción de Derechos Humanos (Black Association for Human Rights Defence and Promotion, ASONEDH) in Peru, reflects on the issue of racism in his country and the role of the conference on the Violence of Racism in Latin America, backed by the churches regionally and internationally, which took place in June 2011 in Managua, Nicaragua.

  • 24 Jun 2011

    Church leaders from the Americas and the Caribbean are meeting in Nicaragua, to seek action on the violence of racism and the challenges it poses.

  • 12 Feb 2011

    The inclusive schools Accord Coalition has welcomed the UK’s leading racial justice thinktank, The Runnymede Trust, as its latest corporate member.

  • 13 Sep 2010

    Hundreds of churches across Britain demonstrated solidarity with migrants and displaced people over the weekend, taking part in Racial Justice Sunday.

  • 8 Nov 2009

    The struggle against racism was marked by writer Bonnie Greer, John Battle MP, Anglican priest Rose Hudson-Wilkin, and Dr Usama Hasan at celebrations to herald the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Catholic Association for Racial Justice.

  • 10 Aug 2009

    Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, the official ecumenical body, is anticipating that thousands of Christians across the country will again mark Racial Justice Sunday this year.

  • 26 May 2009

    The Church of England has for too long been slow to take its own ethnic diversity to its heart, says Vasantha Gnanadoss. If it now also claims that Christianity is superior to others it could be unwittingly supporting white nationalism and undermining action against the BNP and others.

  • 5 Nov 2007

    US civil rights campaigner Jesse Jackson is to visit British churches in an effort to help them do more to promote racial justice. During his visit next week, Jackson will address the involvement of minority ethnic communities in economic development and the building of a just society.