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Rethinking race

Munira Mirza introduces a special feature on the failings of multiculturalist policies today

By Munira Mirza   October 2010

Munira Mirza outside City Hall, where she works as an adviser: “Race is no longer the significant disadvantage it is often portrayed to be”

Other articles in Prospect’s special feature on the failings of multiculturalism today:

Lindsay Johns on dead white men

Tony Sewell on education

Swaran Singh on psychiatry

Sonya Dyer on the arts

Munira Mirza on her hometown of Oldham

Trevor Phillips, the head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), believes the term “institutional racism” is no longer relevant in Britain. In a speech last year, he stated: “Our nation is changing dramatically. We are…

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