Omar Khan is the director of the Runnymede Trust. Prior to this he was Runnymede’s head of policy and led the financial inclusion programme. His other advisory positions include chair of Olmec, chair of the Ethnicity Strand Advisory Group to Understanding Society, chair of the advisory group of the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity at the University of Manchester, Commissioner on the Financial Inclusion Commission and a member of the 2014 REF assessment, the 2011 Census and the UK representative (2009-2013) on the European Commission’s socio-economic network of experts. He has also published many articles and reports on political theory and British political history for Runnymede over the past eight years and has spoken on topics including multiculturalism, integration, socio-economic disadvantage and positive action.
Events featuring this speaker
Following a screening of the new film #ThereIsBlackInTheUnionJack, the panel will explore issues of identity, inclusion and belonging in future cities.