'How integrated is modern Britain?'

Posted in: News on July 7, 2014

As one of the members of this Commission, the Beth Johnson Foundation would like to share this report, published on 26th June, and its findings. New research published by the Social Integration Commission reveals that Londoners’ social lives are more segregated by age, social grade and ethnicity relative to the level of diversity than in the rest of Britain. People living in London, typically viewed as one of the most diverse cities in the world, are proportionally less integrated by social grade, ethnicity and age than the average person living in Britain. Update: This report to which we contributed has done well with its media coverage, with most major newspapers such as the Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph, Mirror, Sun covering the outcomes of the report and was broadcast by Radio 2 and Radio 4, therefore reaching a wide audience and hopefully opening conversation and debate.The complete report press release is available to download below.


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