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PIH ‘Mixed Race & Criminal Justice 2013 AGM/Annual Conference

"Mixed Race & Criminal Justice" 21st September, London with Dr Martin Glynn, criminologist, and a special performance by singer/song writer Sarah-Kate Bennett. Mixed race people are stopped and searched at a rate of 3.6 times that of white people across the Thames Valley and 3.1 times in Greater Manchester. Mixed race adults are at higher …

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Making Mixed Race Matter

People in Harmony is a UK mixed race organisation established in 1972 to provide information and support to mixed race people, families and couples. One of our aims is to influence and improve ways that public services such as education, health, social care and criminal justice are delivered through discussion and debate. This is how …

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Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities: The Report

Does the The Report deliver what it was set up to do? Northern Notes – “What is the Race Disparity Unity’s 2021 Race report really aimed at?”“It lacks accuracy. coherence, credibility, it is disarming and designed to attract attention away from attempts to deal with racial disparities and racism collectively.” Dr. Ipek Demir. Associate Professor …

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Stop and Search

This consultation seeks views on the police powers of stop and search, it concerns those powers used in relation to street crime, burglary, antisocial behaviour, and public order offences such as riots and violent protests.

Making Mixed Race Matter

The ‘mixed’ population is now one of the fastest growing. In mid-2009 in England and Wales it was estimated at 986,600, representing a 47% increase since mid-2001. Around 27.8% of this population lived in London and Croydon

Influencing Delivery of Public Services

‘One of our main objectives is to influence and improve ways in which public services such as education, health, social care  and criminal justice are delivered to the mixed race population though discussion and debate, research, campaigns and the arts’

PIH Conference April 2008 ‘Understanding the experience of mixed race families and young people’

A national conference from People in Harmony, an organisation which has been working with and for mixed race people and families since 1972 Tuesday, 29 April 2008, The Kings Fund, Central London Since the inclusion of a 'mixed race option' in the UK census, more has come to be known about this population. While 'mixed' …

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