Associated research projects
We work in partnership with other researchers and organisations to support our shared aim of understanding ethnic and racial identities and inequalities.
Some of these projects are large collaborative research grants, and others might be much smaller, often giving us the chance to share our research outside academia.
Researching racial bias, inclusion and antiracism training in the judiciary.
Young working-class people moving from education to employment.
Supporting healthy ageing by investigating why and how ethnic inequalities develop over time.
Challenging the use of rap in the criminal justice system.
Our work is highlighting the nature, extent and human impact of racism and racial inequality at work.
We're exploring experiences of race and ethnicity in four localities across the UK.
Reframing the 'left behind': Race and class in post-Brexit Oldham.
This project demonstrates how local authorities could help reduce inequalities through improved collaboration and shared practice.