How will migration to the UK look in the future, and what will that mean for public attitudes? Asks British Future’s Director of Research and Relationships, Heather Rolfe.
“We believe racism exists. It exists in institutions, it exists in structures, it exists across the piece. And we have found that in the report,” Race Commission Chair told a Policy Exchange event.
Text of a speech from British Future Director Sunder Katwala, at the Policy Exchange event ‘The Sewell Report: Next Steps’.
New research from British Future, on attitudes among white and ethnic minority citizens to race, prejudice and inequality in Britain, identifies the common ground on which to build a positive agenda for change.
The final report of the Talk/together project, the UK’s biggest-ever public survey of what unites and divides our society, finds a society that pulled together, not apart, in response to the Covid crisis.
‘Barriers to Britishness’ sets out the findings and recommendations of an independent inquiry into UK citizenship policy chaired by Alberto Costa MP.
Understanding public attitudes to immigration. Proposing reforms to restore public confidence that immigration can work fairly for all of us.
We work to raise the profile of integration, with policy recommendations to increase contact between people from different backgrounds.
Our agenda for citizenship reform includes an independent inquiry into citizenship policy, scrutiny of the EU Settlement Scheme and a focus on raising the profile and impact of citizenship ceremonies.
Understand changing identities in modern Britain and celebrating inclusive national identities in which we can all take pride.
Bringing together people from different backgrounds to uncover and commemorate our shared history.
Building broad public support for refugee protection in the UK is key to defending the protection framework and achieving policy change
British Future’s research helps anti-prejudice advocates to communicate more effectively and our campaigns seek to entrench anti-prejudice norms across society.