A major part of the British Library’s contribution to the first world war centenary, Enduring War looks at how people coped with life during the war.
As debate about the UK’s EU membership intensifies, and the referendum on Scottish independence looms, speakers at Chatham House reflect on the competing, shared and intertwined identities of Britons and ask whether Britain is suffering an identity crisis.
An exhibition of photographs by Bill Knight for the Refugee Council shows refugees and the contribution they make to life in the UK.
Time & Date: Tuesday 4 October 12:45pm-2.15pm Location: Hall 3, Churchill Theatre, ICC, Birmingham The UK government is now […]
Time & Date: Tuesday 4th October at 10.30am-12:00pm Location: Scherzo, Hyatt Hotel, Birmingham “Cancel culture” first appeared in UK […]
Time & Date: Monday 3rd October, 4.15pm-5.45pm Location: The Gallery Room, Hilton Garden Inn, Birmingham The Conservative Party leadership contest […]
The Labour Party will be expected to have a substantive agenda for race equality at the next General Election, […]
Join us at this year’s party conferences, first at Labour in Liverpool for fringe events on race and levelling up. ‘What […]
“They were war veterans called on to rebuild the Mother Country that they had already fought for,” said Reverend Michael […]
British Future brought together friends and supporters from across civil society, media, politics, business and culture this week at an […]
Who will be at No 10 come the local elections in May, and who will be celebrating their results? Could we see […]
Cricket, and sport in general, has an opportunity to make real change on diversity and inclusion in the wake […]