On the eve of the Euros, new research from British Future and the Centre for English Identity and Politics examines English identity, race and football today.Read More
New research from British Future, on attitudes among white and ethnic minority citizens to race, prejudice and inequality in Britain, identifies the common ground on which to build a positive agenda for change.
The final report of the Talk/together project, the UK’s biggest-ever public survey of what unites and divides our society, finds a society that pulled together, not apart, in response to the Covid crisis.
‘Barriers to Britishness’ sets out the findings and recommendations of an independent inquiry into UK citizenship policy chaired by Alberto Costa MP.
A report by British Future on behalf of the /together coalition, examining public attitudes to social connection during the COVID-19 crisis.
A report from British Future and The Policy Institute, King’s College London, drawing on attitudinal research by ICM on policies and issues related to immigration and integration.
A report examining current provision to help people learn English, the barriers to accessing ESOL teaching and British Future’s recommendations for an English language strategy which aims for universal fluency.
A new report drawing on ICM polling and expert voices from politics, business and civic society, examines Theresa May’s record on immigration and then casts forward to look at what a new Prime Minister could do differently.
Calling out hatred and prejudice: A guide to communications planning, audiences and messaging is a practical guide for campaigners, civil society organisations, local authorities, and others who need narratives and messages that can successfully combat hate crime and prejudice.
Crossing Divides: How arts and heritage can bring us together looks at the divides in British society and the role that the arts can play in bridging them.
It explores in depth the 14-18 NOW arts programme for the First World War centenary, which had broad reach and resonance across different social groups.