As the women’s Euro 2022 football tournament takes place across England, Sunder Katwala looks at the power of football to help bridge divides and build a shared and inclusive identity.
As we mark Windrush Day & look to the 75th anniversary next year, Steve Ballinger reports on our event with the Windrush75 Network, ‘Why Windrush matters today’
More than 100 voices from across politics, sport, culture and civil society have signed a joint letter urging all institutions to ‘step up’ and play their part in making the 75th anniversary of the Windrush a ‘major national moment’.
MPs and peers from across political divides have joined civic society and higher education voices to urge the government to stop penalising Hong Kongers by granting home fee status to BN(O) visa holders as soon as they arrive in the UK.
British Future brought together supporters from across civil society, media, politics, business and culture to mark its 10th birthday.
As new figures show 110,000 visas issued to Hong Kongers to live in the UK under the BN(O) scheme, new polling finds the public ready to take part in welcoming new arrivals to the UK.
New research examines the state of the nation in 2022, the issues that most concern us now and how we navigate the challenges of the future.
New research finds the Jubilee has potential to bridge divides and bring people together – but a ‘Bridging monarchy’ will need to broaden its appeal in the future.
There is a new sense of excitement among those banned most often from Twitter for hateful conduct since Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter, and his comments on relaxing rules to combat online hatred, writes Sunder Katwala.
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