Reports



At the Racial Justice Network we understand the gravity of speaking to injustices faced by Black, Brown and migrant communities within West Yorkshire. Our reports are written under a race lens, using evidence, statistics, research and real lived-experiences to draw out and expose historical and current institutional and systemic racisms. Find our work below:


Migrant Communities Covid 19 Report


BY THE RACIAL JUSTICE NETWORK

July | 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

Stop The Scan Report


BY THE RACIAL JUSTICE NETWORK

June | 2021

According  to research by European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) there is a general trend in which minority ethnic people are stopped and searched more regularly across Europe.

Hate Crime & System(ic) Injustice: a Report


BY THE RACIAL JUSTICE NETWORK

November | 2020

The report emerges in wake of imminent talks around the upcoming Brexit deadline set for 31st December, and presents hate crime as an inevitable consequence of Brexit discussions and two other key elements namely Covid-19 and the hostile environment policy. 

Content warning: Please be aware, some may find the content of the report distressing as there are real life cases of hate crime documented by participants in the report.


A graphic of a white hand holding a mobile scanning device, then black text on a yellow background, reading: "January 2021. Public's perception on the biometric services gateway (mobile fingerprint app). A report by: The Racial Justice Network and Yorkshire Resists." The purple logos of both organisations are shown below.

Report on the public perception of police fingerprint scanning


BY THE RACIAL JUSTICE NETWORK & YORKSHIRE RESISTS
January | 2021

This report discusses issues that arose from an online survey (115 participants) conducted on the public’s perception of the mobile fingerprinting app at the end of 2020, as well as data obtained through a Freedom of Information (FOI) on the use of mobile biometrics in West Yorkshire during the latter phase of the pilot, between October 2018 and March 2019.


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