The public inquiry into undercover policing needs to listen to the voices of those who were spied on by the police, argues Raphael Schlembach
Analysis and comment on current developments by the Centre's staff, supporters and associates
Housing policy has long been a legal means of enforcing racism and discrimination, argues Glyn Robbins
A popular statistical technique used to analyse racial disparities risks masking more than it reveals, argues Alex Stevens
This month Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Brando'
As David Lammy's recent report makes clear, the problem of racial bias in the criminal justice system starts with the police
Mike Guilfoyle remembers his supervision of 'Tommaso'
Charlotte Sexauer reports on a documentary launching in October that explores the realities of the criminal justice system
Deborah H Drake and David Scott explain why prison building doesn’t lead to better lives and stronger communities
Mike Guilfoyle remembers 'Melrose'
Populist calls for more police cannot deliver popular reductions in violence, argue Irvin Waller and Jeffrey Bradley