Dr Jon Burnett works at the Institute of Race Relations, where he carries out research into racial violence, domestic race policy in the UK and the economics of migration.
Published in: openDemocracyUKHousing, immigration and the attack on multiculturalism
If the Immigration Act addresses who can live in the country, the Housing and Planning Act addresses who can live in...
Published in: openSecurityThe violence of denial
Twenty-one years since the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence in South London, the criminal justice system maintains...
When will there be policing for black people in Britain?
The Metropolitan Police spied on the family of murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence. Violence against people...
Twenty years after the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence, what has changed?
The Institute of Race Relations examines racial violence in Britain since 1993.
'The town the Poles took over’ — Peterborough, behind the headlines
The routine demonisation and vilification of migrant workers is underpinning the spread of racist violence into new...
Published in: openSecurityAbandoned to the far right
Specific patterns of ‘hate’ are emerging and the far right is mobilising and making inroads in smaller towns and...