The Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE)

The Centre for Research in Race and Education (CRRE), aims to pursue race equality and social justice by working to close gaps in educational achievement and improve the educational experiences and career outcomes of Black and minority ethnic people.

Who we are

Partnerships

CRRE works closely with a number of organisations to advance race equality and social justice in education. Find out more about our partnerships

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Digital Stories highlights some of the talks by members of CRRE. 

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Race Ethnicity and EducationRace Ethnicity and Education

 

Race Ethnicity and Education (REE) is the leading peer-reviewed journal on racism and race inequality in education.

David Gillborn uses his Keele Grand Challenge Lecture to examine the links between racism in education and the government's 'hostile environment' policies. 

Critical Race Theory

CRRE members are among the leading CRT educationists internationally and the approach informs much of the centre’s work.

Our current research

Find out more about our research and consultancy

Publications

Latest publication: Gillborn, D. (2018) Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: Anti-Black Racism as Fluid, Relentless, Individual and Systemic, Peabody Journal of Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/0161956X.2017.1403178

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Birmingham Alumni

Help support Birmingham Alumni. As part of their work, Birmingham Alumni are fundraising for projects which encourage inclusion. CRRE has been chosen as one of their projects for their efforts to close gaps in educational achievement and improve the educational experiences and career outcomes of Black and minority ethnic people.

Contact us

crre@contacts.bham.ac.uk