Commemorating Britain’s history can unite our society, according to the new ‘Remember Together’ initiative, launched in an open letter signed by prominent voices from culture, politics, faith, civil society and the military.
Sectarian politics, Brexit uncertainty, COVID-19 and economic worries dominated Talk/Together discussions in Northern Ireland.
British Future is one of 11 charities that today launched #StandUpToHate, an innovative campaign on Twitter for Hate Crime Awareness Week to encourage digital citizenship online
Londoners remained downbeat about Brexit divides while speaking fondly of a new sense of neighbourliness prompted by the Covid crisis, in our latest Talk/together discussions in the capital.
In our first blog from the public and stakeholder conversations taking pace around the country for the Talk/together project, Jill Rutter says COVID-19 still dominates discussion of connection and division in local communities.
Our joint initiative with the Royal British Legion bringing people from different backgrounds together to commemorate shared history.
On 31 October we remember Sepoy Khudadad Khan, who on this day in 1914 became the first Indian soldier to be awarded the Victoria Cross. His bravery, and that of millions of Commonwealth soldiers who served in both World Wars, are remembered to this day.
Talk/together, the UK’s biggest-ever public consultation on what unites and divides our society kicks off in Yorkshire before covering every nation and region of the UK in the coming months.
‘Unity and division in Great Britain,’ a new ONS study, confirms the increased sense of unity under the COVID-19 lockdown is starting to fade.
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