The long history of migration in England has created an ever changing and diverse population, so in light of this British Future, IPPR and Discovery Museum Newcastle will host an event to ask what it means to be English.
This exhibition features works of art created through five community outreach projects, which investigate the contemporary relevance of major transformations in Scottish history and identity.
This pop up exhibition tells a potted history of Rugby League: its origins, development, and compelling stories of the sport’s South West and Welsh heroes over the past century.
Cricket, and sport in general, has an opportunity to make real change on diversity and inclusion in the wake […]
If the Covid pandemic did generate a ‘Blitz spirit’ during the crisis itself, its positive legacies are likely to fade […]
While fighting a ‘culture war’ may bring short-term political rewards, the lesson from America is that it fails in […]
When it comes to race equality in the workplace, action speaks much louder than words. A lively British Future event […]
Should Labour call off the culture wars? The best way to win an argument isn’t by squabbling over who started […]
There were some lively exchanges between the panellists at our event ‘Teaching modern Britain: how can the curriculum include us […]
A “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity to increase the diversity of police forces in England and Wales risks being missed, unless significant action […]
“I think the English need to be in the business of nation-building,” David Lammy MP told a lunchtime panel event […]