Since its launch in 2012, British Future has emerged as a thought leader on issues of identity and immigration, race and integration.
Finding common ground sets out our current programme of work and vision for the future we share.
Current debates about history and identity, integration and combating prejudice, or our approach to immigration and protecting refugees, can seem noisy and polarised. We engage people seriously in how we handle the issues that divide us, so that we can work to strengthen our common ground.
Securing political consent for policy change requires public support. British Future has developed a unique, in-depth understanding of public attitudes to help organisations identify narratives and messages that reach and persuade across divides.
We work to understand where people are and the issues that concern them, offering constructive policy solutions in response.
Our communications expertise helps ensure that British Future’s research findings inform national debates and influence decision-makers. And we build, catalyse and incubate new coalitions for change, mobilising others to play their part.
Our long-term aim is a country where we are no longer ‘Them and Us’ but rather a confident and welcoming Britain, inclusive and fair to all.
A vibrant final pair of panel sessions, the first covering Migration & Populism, chaired by the Institute’s @ukstaiger with insights from @IanPPreston of @EconUCL, @Vasilopoulou_S of @kings_eis, @JeanPierreGauci of @BIICL, and Sungar Katwala of @britishfuture
We are pleased to announce that we will be joined by @steveballinger from @100Windrush and @britishfuture to discuss why #Windrush history should in taught in schools across the UK
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‘Rochdale deserved better – here’s what Labour must learn from this sorry saga’ – @sundersays for @LabourList
‘Rochdale deserved better – here’s what Labour must learn from this sorry saga’ – LabourList
Councillor Azhar Ali had described his comments about Israel deliberately allowing the October 7th massacre to happen ...
“The party would not be in this mess if someone who'd heard those comments had intervened while they were selecting the candidate – not once it’s too late”
Our @sundersays spoke on @BBCNewsnight last night about Labour's mess in the Rochdale by-election
As the Rwanda Bill is debated in the Lords, @DailyMirror runs through some of the proposed amendments - from protecting children, waiting until Rwanda has delivered on the terms of the new treaty, & requiring courts to consider any compelling new evidence.
10 challenges that could torpedo Rishi Sunak's Rwanda Bill in Lords clash
Some of the most senior Church of England bishops including the Archbishop of Canterbury have demanded changes to ...
"Leaked documents show even immigration minister thinks Rwanda policy will break law," reports @charleshymas in @Telegraph
Leaked documents show even immigration minister thinks Rwanda policy will break law
When solicitor general, Michael Tomlinson advised that ignoring Strasbourg injunctions blocking flights would put UK in breach of ECHR
More in this thread from our @sundersays https://x.com/sundersays/status/1756843074083320303?s=20
Key parliamentary committee says govt's Rwanda asylum plan jeopardises the UK's international reputation and is "fundamentally incompatible" with the UK's human rights safeguards. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-68270451
Unlike the usual pressurised timetable of school #SchoolsLinking sessions feel very different.
Pupils have space to reflect on identity & diversity thro fun activities, which research shows increase the likelihood of reducing prejudice between two groups.