Understanding issues of race and identity in modern Britain and celebrating inclusive national identities in which we can all take pride.
Race is a prominent theme in an increasingly diverse Britain. British Future’s in-depth attitudes research seeks to increase understanding of ethnic minority and white British perspectives on our changing society – to inform efforts to advance race equality that can mobilise broad coalitions for equal opportunities. We promote shared identities that can challenge and defuse efforts to divide our society.
Race can involve difficult conversations – but we need to become more confident talking about it. British Future offers practical advice to institutions in politics and business, education and civic society interested in how constructive conversations about race can lead to positive change.
A new report examines how major sporting and cultural events can help bridge divides, connecting people from different backgrounds and building a shared and inclusive identity.
England’s Lionesses are the footballing champions of Europe. For the hosts at Wembley, this was the perfect ending to a […]
My first memories of football were on the concrete playground of my central London primary school, playing alongside one other […]
As the women’s Euro 2022 football tournament takes place across England, Sunder Katwala looks at the power of football to help bridge divides and build a shared and inclusive identity.
As we mark Windrush Day & look to the 75th anniversary next year, Steve Ballinger reports on our event with the Windrush75 Network, ‘Why Windrush matters today’
More than 100 voices from across politics, sport, culture and civil society have signed a joint letter urging all institutions to ‘step up’ and play their part in making the 75th anniversary of the Windrush a ‘major national moment’.
New research reveals the strength of English identity and belonging among people across all ethnic backgrounds.
Our new Shared Goals project will explore the power of club football to help build social connection and bridge divides.
Azeem Rafiq’s revelations of racist bullying have rocked Yorkshire and the game of cricket. Our panel event discussed what must happen now to seize this watershed moment for change?