New research finds an appetite to extend the welcoming approach of the Homes for Ukraine scheme to other groups of new arrivals.
The Government is repeating its impossible promises of last year to tackle Channel crossings – when it should be looking at practical solutions.
We may struggle with how to talk about race equality, but might it be easier to agree on what to do? A Westminster panel event discussed this question.
A new report sets out ‘real world’ proposals for reforming UK asylum and reducing Channel crossings – in contrast to the Government’s ‘impossible promises’.
A new report from Spirit of 2012’s Power of Events inquiry explores how to ensure that major events have the greatest possible impact on social connection, prosperity and wellbeing.
Voices from across UK society – from sport and culture to politics, faith and business – are speaking out about why Windrush 75 matters and what they will be doing to mark the anniversary this year.
A project to understand public attitudes to the UK’s future relationship with EU countries post-Brexit.
As Rishi Sunak today became Britain’s first British Asian Prime Minister, British Future Director Sunder Katwala spoke about and what it means for British public life and our society.
Following violence towards Hong Kongers protesting at the Chinese consulate, organisations have written to the Government urging them to protect free speech in the UK.
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