Following last week’s Expert Comment by Dr Ian Durrant on ‘canteen culture’ within the police and bullying behaviour, this week Dr Durrant discusses if banter should be accepted or is it an example of institutionalised bullying?
(Un)trustworthy organisations? Implications of the Sarah Everard murder case
Dr Chris Beighton and Zahra Kemiche look at the issue of transparency and trust within organisations.
Knowing narratives: challenging the spectacle of racist discrimination
Dr Chris Beighton discusses institutional racism in the UK.
Meghan, Harry and royal race-scapades: tales of the totally expected
Dr Harshad Keval explores race, class and power inequalities within society.
Black History ‘Month’ and the urgency of connected race-critical thinking
Dr Harshad Keval asks if the temporary nature of Black History Month can support the call for a radical change in societal racial justice.
Working in partnership to Close Our Gap
Mary Makinde is a Lecturer in Forensic Investigation and the University’s BAME Strategic Lead for the Closing Our Gap Strategy group which aims to eradicate the BAME attainment gap. In this expert comment Mary explains the work that is taking place within […]
Meghan, Laurence and Question Time: the unbearable discomfort of disavowal or ‘Privileged? Racist? Moi?’
Dr Harshad Keval explores the issue of race, power and deniability following a recent episode of Question Time.
Racism, society and Liam Neeson
Dr Harshad Keval explains how recent comments by the actor Liam Neeson need to be considered within context of racism and society.
#DumpKelloggs: Breitbart, the alt-right, and Special K(KK)
Dr Michael Goodrum, Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities, discusses Kellogg’s decision to pull its advertising from Breitbart and its history of decision-making based on values.