Associated research projects
We work in partnership with a number of organisations to undertake research relating to changing ethnic inequalities and identities.
Some of these projects relate directly to our specialist research areas, while others are independent projects which fall under the remit of understanding changing ethnic inequalities and identities.
The major projects we have been working on can be found below.
We're examining how rap music and black youth culture have come to be used as evidence in criminal proceedings in the UK.
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.
This creative project interrogates the nature of citizenship acquisition in the UK and explores the official narrative about what it means to be British.
We're providing a forum for debate and the exchange of knowledge for those researching, studying and working within family migration.
This summer school session introduced school students to university life, focusing on issues around ethnicity, inequality, and racism.