Dummett, (Agnes Margaret) Ann

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DUMMETT, (Agnes Margaret) Ann

DUMMETT, (Agnes Margaret) Ann. Also writes as Ann Chesney. British, b. 1930. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Plays/Screenplays. Career: Local Voluntary Organisation for Race Equality, Oxford, England, community relations officer, 1966-69; College of Further Education, Oxford, English teacher, 1969-71; Institute of Race Relations, London, England, researcher on the teaching of history, 1971-73; Joint Council for Welfare of Immigrants, London, researcher, 1978-84; Runnymede Trust, London, director, 1984-87; writer. Served on committees of justice, British branch of International Commission of Jurists, 1978-80 and 1988-90; member of Government Committee of Inquiry into Education of Ethnic Minority Groups, 1979-84; contributes to Council of Europe Community Relations Project, 1989-; consultant to Commission for Racial Equality, 1990-99. Publications: A Portrait of English Racism, 1973; Citizenship and Nationality, 1976; (with I. Martin) British Nationality: A Guide to the New Law, 1982; (ed.) Towards a Just Immigration Policy, Cobden Trust, 1986; (with A. Nicol) Subjects, Citizens, Aliens, and Others, 1990; Racially Motivated Crime, 1997. Address: 54 Park Town, Oxford OX2 6SJ, England.

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