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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  • Can algorithms be controlled?

    April 23, 2019 by Richard Norrie

    A new investigation has been announced into bias in the algorithms that play an increasingly influential role in allocating resources. It is to be carried out by the newly-established Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) based at the Cabinet Office. The investigation is in partnership with the Cabinet Office’s own Race Disparity Unit (RDU),

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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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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.