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The Struggle for Migrant and Racial Justice in Britain: Lessons from History

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Professor Sundari Anitha
Sundari Anitha is Professor of Gender, Violence and Work at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lincoln, UK. Her research interests lie in two areas: the problem of violence against women and girls; and gender, race, and ethnicity in employment relations. She has published widely in both these areas. These include a co-authored book, Striking Women and a website with educational resources of migration, gender and work (www.striking-women.org) and comic on migrant women workers in the UK. She has previously managed a Women’s Aid refuge and is a trustee of Asha Projects, a specialist refuge for South Asian women who have experienced domestic violence.
Colin Prescod
Colin Prescod is a sociologist turned cultural animator who has worked in film, TV and theatre as well as academia. He is Chair of the Institute of Race Relations, and a member of the editorial working committee of the international journal, Race and Class.
Dr Kathryn Medien
Dr Kathryn Medien is Lecturer in Sociology at the Open University whose research focuses on work on historical struggles for reproductive justice, and the present day effects of immigration controls, policing and health inequalities on migrant and non-white communities in Britain.