DDU Academics are a group of academics working in the university sector, aligned with the Don’t Divide Us campaign. We believe that the Race Equality Charter is more likely to promote division than the worthy aim of equality on campus. Also, by endorsing particular, contested views, it will limit discussion of a range of important issues relating to race and racism.
Don’t Divide Us supporter Clare Page reviews Martin Durkin’s controversial documentary The Great American Race Game.
Tomiwa Owolade at Unherd considers the dangerous shortcomings of today’s anti-racists’ obsession with structural racism
DDU is delighted that Paul Embery has won his case against the Fire Brigade Union for unfair dismissal because of his pro-Brexit speech
At the root of the identitarian Left’s politics is a form of self-contradictory morality
It shouldn’t be controversial for academics to affirm a belief in the universality of science, or that indigenous knowledge is not its epistemological equivalent.
Two reports published this year have drawn completely different conclusions about the causes of remaining racial disparities in UK society.
DDU are delighted to have received a letter from the Prime Minister acknowledging our work in relation to the CRED Report. As ever, it’s a collective effort so thanks to all involved in producing the open letter, the response and the public meeting!
Find out how DDU can introduce pupils to ideas and questions that prompt further and deeper thinking. Read more
Are you a parent worried about your child being told that they are either privileged or oppressed because of their skin colour? We’ve written a guide on how their school may be breaching legal obligations, and how to raise this tricky subject. Read more