“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.
The best way to win an argument isn’t by squabbling over who started it. And as panellists at British Future’s […]
British Future is working with students at two secondary schools, in Rochdale and east London, to uncover family histories of black and Asian soldiers in the Second World War and what this means today.
Public attitudes to immigration are more positive than negative across a range of measures, according to the latest findings from Ipsos MORI research that has tracked changing public attitudes to immigration across twelve waves of research since 2015.
Letter to The Times urging a generous refugee resettlement programme for those forced to flee Afghanistan following the Taliban’s seizure of power.
As the new Premier League season kicks off, Sunder Katwala looks back at how football has often been at the centre of debates about racism and identity in Britain; and at opportunities to broaden anti-racism norms.
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