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This comprehensive account of the Weaver v NATFHE/Bournville College case is now available and, together with the supportive documentation, can be downloaded for free It is an account of the workplace harassment of an Asian woman lecturer.
Tipping point – BENGAL by Gerry Judah Artist Gerry Judah has been commissioned by international development agency Christian Aid to produce a series of works for Tipping Point, a new exhibition about climate change in association with Wolverhampton Art Gallery, … Continue reading
Diwali lights were switched on Belgrave Road in Leicester on October 16, and tens of thousands of people reportedly watched.
Former UPS Courier Service employee Clive Henry is appealing a race discrimination tribunal decision after he was forced to resign following excessive work demands from his employer.
According to the Sunday Mercury today Wolverhampton police had to break up a ‘surprise’ march by the English Defence League (EDL) yesterday as about 50 members marched through shopping areas on Saturday morning.
On June 4 a Guardian report uncovered a scandal that surveillance cameras initially promoted to local communities as anti-social deterrents are actually part of a government anti-terrorist initiative targeting Muslim communities in Washwood Heath and Sparkbrook. However, not discussed is … Continue reading
Nearly 2000 supporters of the English Defence League (EDL) descended upon Dudley town centre today opposing plans for the building of a Mosque in the area.
A play which challenges the BNP has been banned by Dudley Council because they feared community disapproval.