Summary: According to the British Runnymede Trust, Islamophobia "is a useful shorthand way of referring to dread or hatred of Islam -- and, therefore, to fear or dislike of all or most Muslims.
What does RT stand for?
RT stands for Runnymede Trust (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Runnymede Trust would have us all popped into a melting pot and simmered until our national traits vanish and we become an indistinguishable mass.
Shah, who is also a former chairman of the Runnymede Trust, a race equality think tank, attacked the decision, saying it was 'illogical' for the station to try and broaden its traditional audience.
The white working classes are discriminated against because of their accents, their clothes, the postcodes of their homes and even their names, but are not discriminated against because they are white, found the report from the Runnymede Trust think tank.
His comments follow a report by the Runnymede Trust, which concluded that selection procedures inmany faith schools favoured the privileged.
Numerous studies have shown a clear link between media furore and draconian policy-making, says Kjartan Sveinsson, the author of a Runnymede Trust report on the ways in which popular understandings of race and crime influence media reporting, and vice versa.
A formal analysis of it was undertaken in 1996 by the Runnymede Trust, a United Kingdom think tank promoting multiculturalism and diversity.
com CV Binna Kandola 1980 Joined the Runnymede Trust where he met Michael Pearn 1984 Co-founded Pearn Kandola with Michael Pearn 1994 'Managing the Mosaic', co-authored with Johanna Fullerton, wins a Special Commendation at the Management Book of the Year Awards 2002 Elected as chair of the Division of Occupational Psychology 2005 Appointed a visiting professor of the Institute of Work Psychology at Sheffield University 2005 Becomes a Fellow of the Sunningdale Institute at the National School of Government