The rise of the England women’s football team is something we can all cheer about, writes Lucy Buckerfield
Pupils at a Wolverhampton primary school are learning how to stand up to hatred and prejudice, writes Steve Ballinger.
The BBC ‘Crossing Divides’ season is holding an ‘on the move’ day today, to encourage people to spark conversations on their journeys. Could we talk to each other more on public transport?
Fluency in English is one of the most important factors underpinning integration. But a new report reveals the difficulties refugees face in accessing the English language classes they need to rebuild their lives in the UK
At a special event with British Future, Home Secretary Sajid Javid discusses the challenges of immigration, integration and identity in British society today, in conversation with Sunder Katwala.
Most people think we should do more to mark national moments – like St George’s Day – that can bring people together, writes Steve Ballinger
Most people quite like the idea of a ‘Festival of Britain’, writes Steve Ballinger: but 2022 would be the worst-possible year to hold it.
The European elections: what will happen? What will it mean for our wider politics? And what should we do if, as some fear, it turns nasty?
Most people in Britain think our society remains divided – but they also agree that the arts can help to bridge divides in British society, if it makes more effort to get out of London and big cities into towns across the UK. ‘Crossing Divides: How arts and heritage can bring us together’ looks at how the First World War centenary arts programme helped bridge divides and reach new audiences.
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