The discussion will cover ways to square the circle between public concerns over “benefit tourism” and ensuring refugees and migrants are not left destitute.
Featuring works drawn from the Tony Ray-Jones archive in the National Photography Collection, and rarely seen early black and white photographs by Martin Parr, this exhibition will explore the relationship between these two important photographers and their fascination with the English.
Join historian Tony Warner as he takes an insightful look at the African and Caribbean war effort and black veterans of the Second World War.
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 […]
“Our immigration system is broken and we will fix it,” Home Secretary Priti Patel said today, as she opened the […]
After the Race Commission. Where do we go from here? The report of the Commission of Race and Ethnic […]