Runnymede Race Debate - RSA

Runnymede Race Debate


  • Communities
  • Community engagement

With Rob Berkeley, Sunder Katwala, Catherine Fieschi, Nigel Warburton and Kirsty Hughes

In the annual Runnymede Race Debate our panel debate the limits of free speech.

Speakers: Sunder Katwala, director, British Future; Catherine Fieschi, director, Counterpoint; Nigel Warburton, philosopher and author of Free Speech: A Very Short Introduction; and Kirsty Hughes, chief executive, Index on Censorship

Chair: Rob Berkeley, director, The Runnymede Trust

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