The Runnymede Trust – the UK’s leading race equality think tank – is starting a new project based in Manchester looking at how they can end racism in a generation.
The project, called Generation 3.0, aims to increase understanding between older and younger people on the issues of racism and race equality. As part of the project Runnymede will:
• Make a short film based in Salford and Trafford on race equality
• Hold a pop-up shop event in Trafford or Moss Side between 6-10 October - the pop up shop will feature workshops, exhibitions and film screenings
The Generation 3.0 project previously took place in Handsworth, Birmingham. For more information on the Birmingham leg of the project, visit: www.generation3-0.org.
If you live or work in Salford, Trafford or Manchester and want to get involved in the project, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, visit: www.generation3-0.org.