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Racial Justice Sunday 2019 – Dignity for All Workers

CARJ encourages its members to celebrate Racial Justice Sunday on 17th of February. The theme this year is “Dignity for all workers”, recognising the problems faced by people due to racism and ethnic discrimination in the workplace. See more here

Recent Deportations, Windrush and EU Citizens after Brexit – the racially disparate impact of immigration law and policy

CARJ has produced a briefing on the recent Windrush deportations and the EU citizens status concerns after Brexit. Very recently, the news highlighted a deportation flight which carried 29 foreign nationals from London to Jamaica.  They were said to be ‘serious offenders’ and had been held in detention centres awaiting...

CARJ Press Release – Following the AGM

The CARJ Annual General Meeting took place on Saturday 3 November 2018 at St Thomas More Church, 9 Henry Rd, London N4 2LH (11:00 – 4:00).  Participants included  members and friends of CARJ from the UK and nine visitors from India. CARJ has identified a number of vulnerable groups who...

Election of CARJ Trustees

CARJ AGM 3 November 2018 ELECTIONS of CARJ Trustees Yogi Sutton and Nikki Petch (as officers) have two more years in post Porsha was elected Treasurer but then resigned. Sue Smailes is stepping down as Secretary So there will be vacancies in the posts of Secretary and Treasurer Deacon Joseph...

CARJ AGM 3 November 2018 – Papers

CARJ AGM 3 November 2018 (11:00 – 4:00) St Thomas More Church 9 Henry Rd, London N4 2LH Link to meeting papers are below The CARJ Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 3 November 2018 at St Thomas More Church, 9 Henry Rd, London N4 2LH (11:00 –...

Migration and Asylum: Bishop supports call to confront Racism

The lead Catholic Bishop for Migration and Asylum has welcomed a call from the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and the World Council of Churches, for Christians to stand against the rising tide of xenophobia, racism and populist nationalism. The message was issued following a meeting in Rome, involving...

CARJ Briefing – Prohibiting Caste Discrimination in the UK

For some years, there has been a growing awareness of caste discrimination among diaspora communities in the UK. In the year 2000, a paper on ‘Caste in Britain’ was presented at an international conference in London organised by Voice of Dalit International (VODI). In 2004, a community organisation called Castewatch...

CARJ Liverpool Reports

CARJ Liverpool updates Instrumental music CARJ Liverpool is now offering instrumental music to St Clare’s RC Primary School Liverpool from the September semester and has now recruited a Music Teacher for the project. The training will encourage children in learning and performance. Drama Project CARJ Liverpool has successfully completed a...

CARJ Briefing – Defining Antisemitism

Recent discussions of antisemitism, mostly in and around the Labour Party, have included  a lengthy public discussion of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition.  The IHRA currently has 31 members (including the UK, the USA, France, Germany etc.).  On 26 May 2016 the IHRA Plenary in Budapest adopted the...