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Rochdale students Remember Together

Rochdale students Remember Together Date: 8 November 2021

Students at a Rochdale school uncovered the hidden histories of black and Asian WW2 service from among their own community.

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What are Scotland’s choices within the new immigration system?

What are Scotland’s choices within the new immigration system? Date: 2 November 2021

Heather Rolfe considers the immigration policy options for Scotland, and the context of shifting public attitudes to immigration in Scotland and across the UK.

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Time running out to harness benefits of Covid-19 volunteer spirit – new APPG report

Time running out to harness benefits of Covid-19 volunteer spirit – new APPG report Date: 27 October 2021

The upsurge in volunteering during the Covid-19 pandemic helped to connect people from different backgrounds and promote integration. This appetite for community action risks being lost without urgent policy action, warns a new APPG report.

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Football and anti-racism: widening the pitch

Football and anti-racism: widening the pitch Date: 12 August 2021

As the new Premier League season kicks off, Sunder Katwala looks back at how football has often been at the centre of debates about racism and identity in Britain; and at opportunities to broaden anti-racism norms.

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Positive Twitter Day: Friday 27 August 2021

Positive Twitter Day: Friday 27 August 2021 Date: 12 August 2021

Friday 27 August 2021 is #PositiveTwitterDay – a moment to consider what we can all do to make social media a more civil place.

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Marking 70 years of UK refugee protection

Marking 70 years of UK refugee protection Date: 28 July 2021

70 years ago, the UK and other countries signed the UN Refugee Convention. Since then it has saved thousands of people’s lives. To mark the anniversary, refugees from across those seven decades came together to celebrate this proud history – and to re-make that promise to welcome those who most need our help.

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End of EU Settled Status applications must not be the start of a new Windrush scandal

End of EU Settled Status applications must not be the start of a new Windrush scandal Date: 29 June 2021

With the deadline for applications to the EU Settlement Scheme on 30 June, British Future is urging the government to ensure that people who have yet to apply are not left without status.

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How can charities catch up with Britain’s increasing diversity?

How can charities catch up with Britain’s increasing diversity? Date: 12 May 2021

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.

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Not everyone feels invited to the St George’s Day party yet – but appetite exists for patron saint to bring multi-ethnic England together

Not everyone feels invited to the St George’s Day party yet – but appetite exists for patron saint to bring multi-ethnic England together Date: 23 April 2021

St George’s Day could be a moment when people in England from every background come together, but that just isn’t happening yet. We need to ensure that everyone feels invited to the party.

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British Future’s latest activity on Twitter