Journey to Justice Is Here!
In July last year, Nottingham became the first city in the UK to expand definitions of hate crime to include misogyny. Please join the Rights and Justice RPA, C3R and Journey to Justice Nottingham for a conversation around the nature and success of the new ruling, and how it can continue to make a difference within Nottinghamshire and beyond.
New project aims to improve diversity in arts and humanities research
We are a leading centre for the study of race and rights, with a focus on research and public engagement that challenges all forms of racism, discrimination and rights violation.
Believing that intellectual engagement is key to developing new forms of social action and that scholars have a role to play in social justice, we work with local, national and international partners to produce policy-relevant research and impact in the areas of race, rights, and social justice.
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