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.
Speech from Sunder Katwala, Director of British Future, to the Cohesion Plus ‘A Legacy for Change’ event on Stephen Lawrence Day, 22 April 2021.
New research from British Future, on attitudes among white and ethnic minority citizens to race, prejudice and inequality in Britain, identifies the common ground on which to build a positive agenda for change.
Sunder Katwala examines new British Future research into how we talk about race, drawing on discussion groups held across the country and nationally representative polling.
British Future is delighted to announce the appointment of Heather Rolfe as our new Director of Research and Relationships.
A preview of new research findings for British Future, submitted to the Race Commission and to be published in full later this month, suggest why conversations about race can feel difficult – but also how we can find common ground.
The final report from the UK’s biggest-ever public survey of what unites and divides us – and what could bring us together as we emerge from the Covid Crisis – finds a society that pulled together, not apart, in response to the pandemic.
President Joe Biden’s inauguration speech focused on the need to bridge divides and rebuild unity in a polarised US. Sunder Katwala examines the challenges facing the Biden-Harris administration.
Statues and social media were among the key themes raised in Talk/together discussions across the South West of England, writes Jake Puddle.
British Future reports examine public attitudes and make recommendations for change on topics ranging from future immigration and integration policy to how communications can help combat prejudice."Read more
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