Students at a Muslim girls school in East London have brought new meaning to Remembrance this year by uncovering the stories of WW2 contribution from within their own community.
Students at a Rochdale school uncovered the hidden histories of black and Asian WW2 service from among their own community.
Heather Rolfe considers the immigration policy options for Scotland, and the context of shifting public attitudes to immigration in Scotland and across the UK.
Businesses of all sizes, sectors and situations stepped up during the pandemic to help local communities. A new Social Integration APPG report asks whether this will continue and how business could contribute to the levelling-up of people and places.
The upsurge in volunteering during the Covid-19 pandemic helped to connect people from different backgrounds and promote integration. This appetite for community action risks being lost without urgent policy action, warns a new APPG report.
Heather Rolfe reflects on PM Boris Johnson’s conference speech & suggests the public may not see a binary choice between skills & immigration.
“We need better strategies to call off culture wars without running away from debates about identity,” a Conservative conference fringe heard. That means engaging with issues of substance, without stoking divisions or getting distracted by trivial debates.
Communities and social infrastructure should be at the heart of the Levelling Up agenda, said the panel at this Conservative Party conference fringe, featuring Danny Kruger, PPS to Michael Gove at the Department for Levelling UP, Housing and Communities.
Report from British Future’s Labour conference fringe on race equality and business, with shadow business minister Seema Malhotra and KPMG.
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