The Integration Hub, in partnership with Policy Exchange, explores ethnic integration across five distinct themes – Residential Patterns, Work and Welfare, Society and Everyday Life, Education, and Attitudes and Identity. It presents much of the relevant data and research and allows you to explore integration across England and Wales through our interactive data maps.

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Blog

  • Our segregated schools aren’t preparing children for life in diverse Britain

    June 7, 2019 by Heather Rolfe

    NIESR has published a literature review on promoting integration in schools. Commissioned by the Department for education to look at ethnic and religious integration, the review finds examples of good practice in bringing young people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds together, for example school linking and admissions policies aimed at reducing segregation. The review

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February 9 – The Communities Secretary – James Brokenshire – has released the government Action Plan in response to the Integrated Communities Green Paper.

"...it can also heighten exposure to and awareness of discriminatory behaviours and attitudes."

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Podcast

The Integration Conversation podcast – Beyond ‘Whiteshift’

This is the first of our podcast series – The Integration Conversation – to discuss the latest developments in the field. Our first one features Trevor Phillips and Eric Kaufmann, discussing the issue of the decline of white majorities raised in Kaufmann’s book ‘Whiteshift’, alongside issues of knife crime, white flight, European refugee integration, Muslim integration, and the separatist message of the film ‘Black Panther’.

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Our newsletter intends to keep you up to date with the work we, and our contributors, are doing to engage with discussions on ethnic integration.

The Integration Hub, in partnership with Policy Exchange, explores ethnic integration across five distinct themes – Residential Patterns, Work and Welfare, Society and Everyday Life, Education, and Attitudes and Identity. It presents much of the relevant data and research and allows you to explore integration across England and Wales through our interactive data maps.