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Riots Reframed: Two Years On

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Hard-hitting film
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A refreshing and alternative view of the riots told through the debut film of Fahim Alam, an Oxford Law graduate who was arrested during the 2011 riots. With interviews from academics to young people, it provides an eye opening portrayal of not only the riots, but of race, class and British society.
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By Yasmin Begum, Project Development Intern of Voice4Change England (V4CE)

A refreshing and alternative view of the riots told through the debut film of Fahim Alam, an Oxford Law graduate who was arrested during the 2011 riots. With interviews from academics to young people, it provides an eye opening portrayal of not only the riots, but of race, class and British society.
 

MAKING THE CASE FOR RACE EQUALITY

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NEWS
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A new report from Voice4Change England and the Runnymede Trust
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Making the Case for Race Equality

Since the beginning of 2017 Voice4Change England in partnership with Runnymede has been engaged in work to support race equality advocacy. Despite the longstanding efforts of race equality advocates and activists there is still a need to make the case for meaningful action for race equality.

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