Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, gives a brief overview of how people from ethnic minorities are discriminated against in the labour market.
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, talks about how ethnic minority students fare in post-16 education.
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, sets out what primary and secondary education looks like for people from different ethnic groups.
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, begins our blog series on the ethnic penalty by describing what poverty looks like for people from black and minority ethnic groups.
Will McMahon, the Centre's Deputy Director, explains the thinking behind our new Justice Matters project: Tackling the ethnic penalty.
Ben Bowling, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at King's College London, gives a cautious welcome to the Home Secretary's proposals to reform stop and search.
Patrick Williams of Manchester Metropolitan University discusses recent research demonstrating that the police in Manchester are disproportionately, and wrongly, identifying young black, asian and minority ethnic people as being gang members.
During March we held two really interesting and challenging Justice Matters events.
On Monday, 24th March we held the 'Justice Matters partners' event, focusing on the initiative as a whole. Though relatively small in number, the discussion among those who attended was excellent.
My colleague Will McMahon introduced the thinking behind the Justice Matters initiative. You can read what he said here.
The prosecution of Nicky Jacobs for the murder of PC Keith Blakelock should never have been pursued, Stafford Scott, co-founder of the Broadwater Farm Defence Campaign, writes in today's Guardian.
Two of the witnesses, given the pseudonyms John Brown and Rhodes Levin, had previously been paid thousands of pounds by the police as a 'reward' for their help in the earlier prosecutions, he points out.