The England football team has a shared appeal to people of all ethnic backgrounds in England, new research finds. But building an inclusive English identity remains a work in progress and other symbols of England still lack this broad appeal.
Steve Ballinger reports from the ‘What next for immigration?’ conference, jointly hosted by British Future and Bright Blue.
In an increasingly diverse Britain, most organisations will have to find more confidence in how to talk and act on race.
Charities are now lagging behind, argues Sunder Katwala.
On the eve of the Euros, new research from British Future and the Centre for English Identity and Politics examines English identity, race and football today.
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.
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.