How do we work out where tensions are rising, or where there are issues we are equipped to help address? How do we find the messages that resonate with people and shape the conversation?
Our multi-faceted research team constantly monitors the hate groups in today’s Britain, but we also undertake powerful in-depth research which informs our work on the ground. Our Fear and HOPE surveys offer one of the most comprehensive insights into identity in modern Britain, and our National Conversation on Immigration project engages the public in policymaking and allows us to map attitudes to immigration across the country.
The National Conversation on Immigration is one of the largest exercises in public engagement on policy decisions ever undertaken.Read more
Fear and Hope is one of the most comprehensive studies of it’s kind. We’ve been mapping attitudes to race, faith and belonging since 2011 to give a snapshot of changing identity politics in England.Read more