• Bonnart Trust Inaugural Newsletter

    August 20, 2021


    August 20, 2021

  • The Bonnart Trust 17th Anniversary Lecture & Reception with Dr. Tatiana Moreira de Souza and Nafees Hamid

    November 24, 2019

    At the Bonnart Trust 17th Anniversary Reception and Lecture, held on Thursday, 21st November 2019 at the Free Word Centre, two more Bonnart reports were launched: “Social Interaction in Mixed-Tenure Neighbourhoods”, by Dr. Tatiana Moreira de Souza, and “Social Exclusion and Conformity as Drivers and Buffers of Violent Radicalisation” by Nafees Hamid with a conversation with the authors and a panel.

  • The Bonnart Trust 16th Anniversary Reception and Lecture by Bharath Ganesh PhD (University College London) University of Oxford

    December 3, 2018

    The Trust hosted their annual Reception at the Free Word Centre on 21st November. On this occasion, Dr. Bharath Ganesh (University of Oxford) discussed his PhD research – The Politics of the cipher: hip-hop, antiphony and multiculturalism with Dr. Richard Bramwell (Loughborough University). The discussion centred around the Cipher and the negotiation of identity through rap.

    Bharath Ganesh is a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute focusing on the role of new media in contemporary cultures of hate and intolerance. His work draws on cultural geography, media studies and politics. He completed his PhD in Geography at University College London in 2017.

    Richard Bramwell was awarded a PhD in Sociology by the London School of Economics and Political Science. His interests are focused primarily around black British vernacular and popular culture. His book, “UK Hip-Hop, Grime and the City” examines the aesthetic, cultural and commercial practises of black and white working class youths in London.

    The report can be downloaded here:

  • The Bonnart Trust 15th Anniversary Lecture & Reception with Philippe Sands QC

    December 8, 2017

    In celebration of its 15th anniversary this year, The Bonnart Trust held an evening lecture and reception at the Free Word Centre in Farringdon on 29th November

    The lecture was given by Philippe Sands QC, on the theme of ‘East West Street: Personal Stories about Genocide and Crimes against Humanity.’

    Philippe Sands QC is Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for International Courts and Tribunals in the Faculty of Laws at UCL, one of our academic partners. He is also in great demand as a writer, commentator and practicing barrister, with extensive experience litigating cases before international tribunals including the International Court of Justice and European Court of Justice. His latest book East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity, published in May 2016, was awarded the 2016 Baillie Gifford Prize.

    You can hear an audio recording of the lecture here.