The Guardian reports on findings and polling from Our Chance to Reconnect, the final report of the Talk/together project.
“The latest findings come from the UK’s biggest-ever public survey of what unites and divides society.” – The Sun
The Observer cites new research from Talk/together, revealing that 12.4 million Brits have volunteered during the pandemic.
“What we do share now is a responsibility for how we choose to live with our past today.”
Labour List cites (as-yet unpublished) research from British Future, which reveals that pride in being British is a cross-ethnic norm.
Sunder Katwala writes in The Observer on the Labour Party, flags, identity and ethnicity.
“We don’t hear enough from people who just get on with their everyday lives and are not defined by race.”
The Guardian quotes Sunder Katwala’s concerns that Nawaz has raised the public profile of coronavirus conspiracy theories.
Sunder writes for Eastern Eye on how the Biden administration will need to tackle misinformation, conspiracy theories and extremism.
British Future’s research into public attitudes on issues such as immigration, integration and identity helps us and our partners develop effective messages that reach and persuade new audiences. We offer constructive policy solutions to people’s legitimate concerns and work to find common ground that can bring people together.