Research projects

We recognise the importance of ethnicity and migration to the study of contemporary societies and polities, and to prospects for social justice and social cohesion.

Our research projects promotes the study of ethnicity in three broad areas:

  • ethnicity, politics and citizenship
  • ethnicity and inequalities
  • migration and transnational networks.

Research impact

The following Centre research projects and programmes have had particular influence on public debates and policies.

Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance

This large project explored how British government strategies and policies recognise and respond to Muslim religious difference and enable Muslim participation in governance.

Spirited debate on faith and public policy

Visit Public Spirit, our online public forum featuring research and debate on religion and public policy. Hosted by the Centre, the forum was created as part of the Public Spirit project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. 

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