A sense of belonging

16th December 2016

With the launch of the Casey Review this month sparking fresh debate about the state of integration in the UK, this new report brings together leading decision makers and opinion formers from different political and professional backgrounds to argue that integration should be a top priority that unites both Left and Right.

Contributors include: 

Dame Louise Casey (Director-general, The Casey Review team, Department for Communities
and Local Government)

Professor Ted Cantle (Author, The Cantle report on community cohesion)

Lord O’Shaughnessy (Former director of policy and research, David Cameron) 

Chuka Umunna MP (Chair, All-party parliamentary group on social integration) 

Suella Fernandes MP (Conservative MP, Fareham and Member, All-party parliamentary group on social integration

Conservatism and human rights:
essay collection

22nd March 2016

The collection, published by Bright Blue, brings together leading thinkers, decision makers and public figures to discuss three key themes in the debate around human rights: tackling discrimination; the role of human rights in British foreign policy; and ensuring the new British Bill of Rights strengthens human rights. 

Contributors include: 

The Rt Hon Damian Green MP (Former Minister for Immigration) on what should be in the British Bill of Rights

The Rt Hon Maria Miller MP (Chair, Women and Equalities Select Committee) on tackling gender discrimination

The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind QC (Former Foreign Secretary) on the balance between individual freedom and state security

Crispin Blunt MP (Chair, Foreign Affairs Select Committee) on human rights with global players

Trevor Phillips OBE (Former Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission) on tackling racial discrimination

Professor Sir Paul Collier (Director, International Growth Centre) on ending extreme poverty