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VIO - Values, Ideologies and objectives
VIO - Values, Ideologies and objectives
Biography - short biographical profile of our VIO's

This is by no means an exhaustive list of Black Lives Matter values or talks for all Black Lives Matter independent chapters, coalitions, collective or groups whose ideologies and or objectives may be the same, similar or even differ to some extent. We do not claim to talk for the entire Black Lives Matter global organisations, coalitions, collectives or groups here in the UK or abroad but does give an indication of the many aspects of Black L
Anti-Racism & Equity Carta
Anti-Racism & Equity Carta
Subscribers united in action to eradicate racism in institutions, organisations and businesses
Black Cultural Archives: Response to the Race Report '21
Black Cultural Archives: Response to the Race Report '21
Black Cultural Archives leaves government’s Windrush Working Group after ‘unsubstantiated’ race report

Black Cultural Archives: response to the March 2021

Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report

Black Cultural Archives (BCA) refutes the approach and findings of the report on the basis of its poor use of data, unsubstantiated conclusions and British history inaccuracies.
The closing date for submissions is 5 April 2021
The closing date for submissions is 5 April 2021
The Strategic Review of Policing has launched a Call for Evidence. This is the second part of its major, independent Review of Policing in England and Wales.
Download Publications
Download Publications
The Strategic Review of Policing will publish a number of Insight Papers and an interim report during the course of the Review. A final report will be published in the autumn of 2021.
THE BLACK CURRICULUM
THE BLACK CURRICULUM
BLACK BRITISH HISTORY IN THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM
REPORT 2021

Throughout centuries to present day, Black British history has been made, and unfolded in front of our very eyes in different spheres. Yet with no mandatory place on a highly Eurocentric national curriculum, Black British history continues to be viewed as insignificant. We have seen the effects of this omission, which pose a number of serious and dangerous political consequences.
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The Colour of Injustice
The Colour of Injustice
‘Race’, drugs and law enforcement in England and Wales

Michael Shiner, Zoe Carre, Rebekah Delsol and Niamh Eastwood

StopWatch
A coalition of academics, lawyers, civil society organisations, young people and community
stakeholders

Release
The national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law

The International Drug Policy Unit (IDPU)
A cross-regional and multidisciplinary project based at the London School of Economics
and Political Science (LSE)
A Runnymede Trust and ICM Survey
A Runnymede Trust and ICM Survey
Over-Exposed and Under-Protected
The Devastating Impact of COVID-19 on Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in Great Britain

Zubaida Haque, Laia Becares and Nick Treloar

Runnymede is the UK’s
leading independent thinktank
on race equality and race
relations. T
EXCLUDED IN ENGLISH SCHOOLS
EXCLUDED IN ENGLISH SCHOOLS
HOW BLACK WORKING-CLASS YOUTH ARE CRIMINALISED AND EXCLUDED IN THE ENGLISH SCHOOL SYSTEM

A London case study - Jessica Perera
INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS
RACE POVERTY AND SCHOOL EXCLUSION IN LONDON
RACE POVERTY AND SCHOOL EXCLUSION IN LONDON
About 4in10 & Just for Kids Law

4in10: London’s Child Poverty Network is a campaigning network of organisations working to improve the lives of the 4in10 children living in poverty across the capital.

We believe child poverty can be tackled. It doesn’t have to exist.
YOUNG AND BLACK IN THE UK
YOUNG AND BLACK IN THE UK
Adele, Bose, Emily, Noel
Members of the YMCA Youth Advisory Group

The Young and Black report exposes the true nature of what it is like to be a young Black person growing up in the UK today. As the steering group behind the report, we created safe spaces where the Black community could come together to share their experiences – and that they did.

WINDRUSH SCANDAL - ERC REPORT NOV 2020
WINDRUSH SCANDAL - ERC REPORT NOV 2020
EQUALITY AND HUMANS RIGHTS COMMISSION
'Stain on British history'

The Home Office broke equality the law, by imposing its "hostile environment" immigration policies which contributed to the Windrush scandal, ERC report found

Problems caused by policies were "repeatedly ignored, dismissed or their severity disregarded" as they were being developed, according to Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) assessment

The government department has committed to an agreement with EHRC to take action
NEW! Nov 2020 - 11th Report of Session 2019–21
NEW! Nov 2020 - 11th Report of Session 2019–21
In response to the awful killing of George Floyd in the US, Black Lives Matter protests
in the UK have highlighted once again the racism and inequality that exists here. Racial
inequalities in the protection of human rights raised by the Black Lives Matter movement
led this Committee to commission polling which found that over three quarters of Black
people in the UK do not believe their human rights are equally protected compared to
white people.
BRIEF FOR REVIEW - HISTORY IN RELATION TO BRITAIN’S COLONIAL PAST
BRIEF FOR REVIEW - HISTORY IN RELATION TO BRITAIN’S COLONIAL PAST
Somerset House are now looking for an individual or group with experience of conducting historical research and analysis within a social context.

You will have a qualification and recognition in a related field and have demonstrated the ability to combine your historical research into a cohesive written account.

Please download the full brief for more information and details on how to apply. Deadline for expressions of interest is 17.00, 9 December 2020.
REPORTS AND REVIEWS
REPORTS AND REVIEWS
Harry and Meghan We Stand With You #blacklivesmatter
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Real Life Stories

BORN18 July 1918

DIED5 December 2013

NELSON ROLIHLAHLA MANDELA


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Nelson Mandela | One Man | Full Story


Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the country's first black chief executive, and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election. His government focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid through tackling institutionalized racism and fostering racial reconciliation. Politically an African nationalist and democratic socialist, he served as President of the African National Congress (ANC) party from 1991 to 1997. Internationally, Mandela was Secretary-General of the Non-Aligned Movement from 1998 to 1999.


Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela 18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the country's first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election. His government focused on dismantling the legacy of apartheid by tackling institutionalised racism and fostering racial reconciliation. Ideologically an African nationalist and socialist, he served as the president of the African National Congress (ANC) party from 1991 to 1997.


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