The Runnymede Collection at Middlesex University

The Runnymede Collection at Middlesex University is a unique resource for the study of the history of race relations in Britain since the 1960s. It is a specialist collection of books, pamphlets, documents, journals and press cuttings on the development of multiculturalism and cultural diversity.

This Collection is managed by the Centre for Racial Equality Studies at Middlesex University and is open to anyone interested in this important aspect of our heritage. Includes material on Enoch Powell, the Notting Hill Carnival, Anti-Semitism, the Grunwick Strike, Ugandan Asian refugees and the Race Relations Act in 1976.

Venue Type:

Archive, Association or society

Opening hours

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Admission charges

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Deportations - Individual cases and campaigns
Citizenship and nationality
Race and Racism
Politics and race relations
Far-right and fascist political groups in Britain
Far-right and fascist groups outside Britain
Inner Cities
Social Services
Health and the National Health Service
Policing, crime and racially motivated crime
Ethnic minorities and the legal system
Demography and the ethnic population in Britain
Culture, arts, religion and ethnic groups in Britain
Migrants and ethnic issues in Europe and the European Community
Women from ethnic groups in Britain
The media and ethnic minorities
Human Rights

Collection details

Archives, Law and Order, Medicine, Social History, World Cultures

The Runnymede Collection at Middlesex University
Middlesex University
Cat Hill



Judy Vaknin, Archivist


0208 411 6686

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