SAME SAME by Shireen Mula 22/11-10/12 ….a lyrical story of regret, longing and mixed-race identity, is set in a dark recess of contemporary London. image by Conrad Blakemore
Stop and think: a critical review of the use of stop and search powers in England and Wales. The Equality and Human Rights Commission published this report in March 2010.
"Although the law and guidance is clear that due consideration needs to be given to language, religion, culture and ethnicity, this isn't translating into practice. It is much better that a child is adopted by loving parents than left waiting for their future to be decided" says Children's minister Tim Loughton
About StopWatch StopWatch was launched by Reverend Jesse Jackson on 18th October at King's College, London. Stop and search tactics continue to create a wedge between communities and the police.
"….. information such as ethnicity, sex and age took precedence over any other sources of information when foster placements and children were matched"….. What information is needed to match children and families? Read 'Mixed Heritage and Proud' by Sarah Bennett in People in Harmony Newsletter Spring 2012….