Tag Archives: integration

The Pickles Integration Speech – big on rhetoric, small on ideas

TweetJill Rutter writes on migration issues and through IPPR will be publishing a paper on integration in February 2013. A month after Ed Miliband’s speech on migrant integration and nearly 12 months after his Department published its integration strategy, Eric Pickles made his first speech on this issue in a speech hosted by Policy Exchange […]

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , , | 22 Responses

Miliband’s bold speech on integration

Ed Miliband’s speech on immigration and integration today talks about real policy issues, and is not just designed to play to the concerns of the tabloid media.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , , | 32 Responses

Strasbourg killing raises fresh questions about integration in France

The killing in Strasbourg on Saturday by French police once again raised the issue of integration and immigration in France, reports Sanchia Alasia.

Posted in Multilateral Foreign Policy | Also tagged , | Leave a comment

Merah killings raise tough questions for France about integration

Sanchia Alasia looks at the questions France must ask of itself in the wake of the carnage wrought by extremist Islamist Toulouse killer Mohamed Merah.

Posted in Multilateral Foreign Policy | Also tagged , , , , , , | 13 Responses

Time to talk about integration

We need to be courageous enough to adapt our own practices to individual needs; we need to talk about integration, writes Jill Rutter.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , | 10 Responses

There’s no magic bullet to encourage integration

Nick Mickinski examines the government’s proposals to encourage integration of migrants.

Posted in A Britain We All Call Home | Also tagged , | 10 Responses
  • YouGov Tracker

  • Touchstone Economic Tracker

  • Best of the web

  • Archive