Category - anti-racism

  • 22 Nov 2014

    A row over a tweet shows deep differences of understanding among people in the UK. Those who live in the same society can make very different assumptions and effort can be needed to bridge the gap.

  • 30 May 2014

    Plans for a major march against racism in Belfast have been announced by Amnesty International, the Northern Ireland Committee of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities.

  • 29 Nov 2013

    The Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) is organising a 'Scotland Against Racism' march for St Andrew's Day, Saturday 30 November 2013, which will be joined by trade unionists, community groups and people of all faiths and none.

  • 19 Nov 2013

    Participants in the weekend's 'Fifty Years Later: The State of Racism in America' conference left with hope and renewed dedication, say organisers.

  • 29 Oct 2013

    Show Racism the Red Card and Unionlearn have signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing both parties to working together to combat racism through education.

  • 9 Feb 2012

    The LGB&T Anglican Coalition has spoken strongly against racist abuse directed to Dr John Sentamu, while disagreeing with his opposition to same-sex marriage.

  • 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.

  • 31 Mar 2011

    People of different faiths and none have united behind Yes to Fairer Votes, after anti-AV campaigners claimed voting reform would encourage extremists.

  • 24 Aug 2010

    Churches’ attitudes and responses to racism today will come under scrutiny at a conference organized by global church groups this week.

  • 3 Feb 2010

    The United Reformed Church has contacted its leaders and congregations, reminding them of its long standing opposition to extreme right-wing and racist political parties, and urging them to disavow parties that support racial discrimination.