A report by Dan Silver, One North West and Amina Lone, Women’s Solidarity Forum.
“David Cameron’s speech on multiculturalism in Munich last week signalled a major statement from the coalition Government about its thinking on race equality. The Prime Minister said that: ‘under the doctrine of state multiculturalism, we have encouraged different cultures to live separate lives, apart from each other and apart from the mainstream’.
According to the Prime Minister, the policy of multiculturism has failed and needs to be replaced by one in which there is a single shared identity. We find the content and timing of this speech and new direction on race relations thinking deeply concerning.”
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Please see the link below to the March bulletin of One North West.
- One North West publications: Case Studies from around the region & joint response with the Women’s Solidarity Forum on multiculturalism
- Fear and Hope Report: Attitudes to race, identity and religion
- JRF responds to welfare reforms and Race Equality Foundation responds to health reforms
- Localism Bill consultations
- Community Organisers partners announced
For a copy of the bulletin please click here.
Oxfam’s committed to tackling poverty of black minority ethnic women in the UK and have developed a new report focussed on BME women in the North East. (more…)
17 March 2011
Edgbaston House, 3 Duchess Place, Hagley Road, Birmingham, B16 8NH (more…)
1 March 2011
Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7PB
Black Southwest Network (BSWN) in conjunction with Runnymede Trust hosted a lively debate in Bristol on the 7th of July 2010 around race equality in the Southwest.
South West Race Equality Forum are holding their annual conference titled, ‘Rise to the Race Equality Challenge – Be Inspired’. The conference features a number of interesting speakers and workshops on race equality.
Please send in your completed booking form by 16 April 2010 to reserve your place.
This report examines who has assets and who does not and why this matters, both socially and financially. It proposes ways to increase asset-holding so that everyone in the UK, regardless of ethnicity, has a better chance of realising their aspirations.
For further information please see http://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/AssetsExecutiveSummaryV4.pdf. .
This cutting edge conference will be focusing on race, religion and rights in UK and the struggle to build an equal society, The Monitoring Group are proud to have secured a range of eminent speakers and would like to invite you to book a place.
For further details and booking information please see http://www.tmg-uk.org/?page_id=1395.