RJN is a network of individuals, communities and organisations working together to end racial injustice and address legacies of colonialism
A brand-new report on the increased use of the Biometric Services Gateway (mobile fingerprinting) by police forces across the UK. We analyse the latest data obtained through Freedom of Information (FOI) requests from April 2020 to December 2021.
A new report written to draw attention to the experiences of migrant communities within West Yorkshire. The report discusses issues that arose from being caught between a rock and hard place that is policies, legislations and marginalisation that extend from structural racism whilst dealing with a global pandemic.
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In this compelling think piece, we delve into the intricacies of the ‘Rwandan Policy,’ a strategic approach employed by the UK government since April 2022 to repatriate individuals who enter the country through ‘unlawful means’ back to Rwanda. This controversial policy, staunchly supported by successive Prime Ministers and Home Secretaries,
“I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain.” – James Baldwin The many ways in which colonisation is enacted – apartheid, genocide, settler occupation of land, violence, silencing –
Mark your calendars! The Racial Justice Network’s exciting annual Gather Up event is around the corner. Join us for a day full of workshops, Open Mic performances, networking opportunities, community consultation and care, edutainment, and delicious local cuisine. This open event aims to foster discussions around the significance of community
In October, we brought a delegation of national and international scholars, activists and artivists headed up by the celebrated intellectual Professor Ngûgî wa Thiong’o.