Event Alert: Author Evening with Arun Kundnani

Arun Kundnani, by tedxistanbul, flickr.com

RACISM.  TERRORISM.  IMMIGRATION.  SOCIAL SEGREGATION.  Is this the new age of Britain or just media hysteria playing upon our fears and encouraging racism?  Arun Kundnani a leading commentator on racism, looks behind government policies and malevolent press campaigns in his book ‘The End of Tolerance: Racism in 21st Century Britain’ and analyses why racism is now thriving and explains what can be done to stop it.


Herman Ouseley, former Chair of the Commission for Racial Equality
‘An illuminating analysis of the historic development of British racism, and how this has evolved into the current debates about the demonization of immigrants, asylum-seekers, Muslims, the war on terror, segregation, assimilation, multi-culturalism and Britishness.’

John Pandit, Asia Dub Foundation
‘Kudnani guides us through the history and origins of the nebulous forms of today’s ‘new’ racism’.

So join IHRC for an evening of discussion and book signing with Arun Kundnani and put your questions to the co-editor of the Institute of Race Relations.

Copies of the book are available to buy from the IHRC bookshop and website: ( LINK )

Admission is free. To book a place please call 02089044222 or email events@ihrc.org, or leave your name and details in store.

Date:25th May 2011 (Wednesday)

IHRC Bookshop, Gallery and Information Centre
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