On 31 October we remember Sepoy Khudadad Khan, who on this day in 1914 became the first Indian soldier to be awarded the Victoria Cross. His bravery, and that of millions of Commonwealth soldiers who served in both World Wars, are remembered to this day.
A parliamentary inquiry is asking whether digital divides are hampering efforts to reach the most isolated groups in society during the COVID-19 crisis.
A new parliamentary inquiry will examine best practice for combating isolation during the COVID-19 crisis, making recommendations to government.
London schoolchildren from different faith and ethnic backgrounds are coming together on Remembrance Sunday to commemorate the soldiers of all backgrounds who fought in the First World War.
Children from two Bradford primary schools, one majority Asian and the other majority white, will come together on Remembrance Sunday to lay a wreath at the Bradford cenotaph made of giant poppies commemorating WW1 soldiers of all backgrounds.
Politicians from all parties have joined faith leaders, former military heads and charities to support Remember Together, a new initiative to promote integration by bringing people from different faiths and ethnic backgrounds together to mark Remembrance of their shared WW1 history.
Britain is a decent country. Most people are fair and tolerant: only a small and toxic minority hold hateful views. But when they voice them, it still causes immense harm. The ‘No place for prejudice’ campaign urges everyone to stand up to prejudice if they see it.
It’s up to all of us, as decent people, to stand up to prejudice if we see it. So what should you do if you witness hatred?