Let’s end the blame game on segregation

With the Casey Review on integration and segregation expected any day, the author of the last major government report on this subject describes reaction to his latest work. Writing about segregation doesn’t win you many...

  • 30 Nov 2016
  • | Ted Cantle
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Watching the box in our ethnic boxes

Minority viewers are three fifths as likely to watch BBC1 and prefer Channel 4 News to the BBC's Six O'Clock News. Only 10 of their favourite shows feature in the top 20 list of everyone else.  It is widely supposed that...

  • 01 Nov 2016
  • | Trevor Phillips
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Integration after Brexit

Immigration was centre-state in the referendum campaign and the Leave vote raises many questions about the future direction of immigration policy. Will the UK retain free movement as a condition of keeping access to the free...

  • 04 Jul 2016
  • | Jill Rutter
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Britain’s ethnic minorities and the Brexit vote

Economic self-interest limited inter-migrant solidarity in the vote for Brexit. In the aftermath of yesterday’s vote for Brexit, I had several conversations that surprised me. The first, with a Romanian who had recently...

  • 24 Jun 2016
  • | Philip Wood
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What’s in a name?

What our names can tell us about how integrated ethnic minorities and our neighbourhoods are. Have you ever considered what information your name and address conveys to those you come in contact with? To organisations...

  • 06 Jun 2016
  • | Richard Webber
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