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Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis Conference

‘Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis’ is a week-long conference exploring the impact of Covid-19 on ethnic minority people in the UK. The event takes place online each day at 5pm from Tuesday 9th to Friday 12th March, and is hosted in partnership between Stuart Hall Foundation, the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE) and Runnymede Trust.

Learn more about the ‘Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis’ conference here.

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis Conference

12th March 2021 / Video

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis: Culture and Cultural Activism

This panel, part of the 'Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis' conference (9-12 March), will explore the nature of racial inequalities and the...

11th March 2021 / Video

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis: Employment and Young People

Covid-19 has induced the biggest shock to the UK economy seen in modern times and, without significant government action, the effect on the...

10th March 2021 / Video

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis: Health and Well-Being

Ethnic minority people have experienced a much higher risk of COVID-19 related death, a stark disproportion that has impacted on all ethnic and...

9th March 2021 / Video

Racial Inequality in a Time of Crisis: Policing the Crisis

The emergence of the Black Lives Matters movement is marked by the deaths (incomplete lives) of minoritised people who encountered the police....