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.
The First World War tracker has examined public attitudes and knowledge of the First World War centenary since 2012, exploring key themes from awareness of key facts and dates about the First World War to sources of information and public attitudes to the tone of the centenary commemorations.
Analysis of the barriers for EU citizens in securing ‘Settled Status’, the consequences of large-scale refusals and remedies to make the system work well.
The National Conversation on Immigration is the biggest-ever public consultation on immigration and integration. This final report provides a comprehensive evidence base of public views on immigration, with a series of recommendations to national and local government, business and civil society.
The interim report of the National Conversation on Immigration
50 years since ‘Rivers of blood,’ how have attitudes to race and integration changed in Britain?
New research from British Future shows how the Conservative Party’s failure to appeal to ethnic minorities in June could have cost Theresa May the election
British Future explores public attitudes to immigration after the 2017 General Election and how we design a post-Brexit immigration system
“Immigration: The manifesto challenge” poses ten key questions about future policy choices which voters will want parties and candidates to be able to respond to during the General Election campaign – and sets out ten practical measures to answer them.