The Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain was set up by RunnymedeÂ in January 1998.
The commission's remit was to analyse the current state of multi-ethnic Britain and propose ways of countering racial discrimination and disadvantage, making Britain a confident and vibrant multicultural society at ease with its rich diversity.
The commission, chaired by Lord Bhikhu Parekh,Â was made up of 23 distinguished individuals drawn from many community backgrounds and different walks of life, and with a long record of active academic and practical engagement with race-related issues in Britain and elsewhere.Â They eachÂ brought to their task different views and sensibilities and, after a good deal of discussion, reached a consensus. The report is the product of their two years' deliberation.
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Realising The Vision
Progress and Further Challenges
The report of the Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain (2000) revisted in 2004.
A Community of Communities and CitizensÂ Â
Cohesion and Justice in the Future of Britain
This leaflet summarises the report of the Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain.Â Â
Multi-Ethnic Britain: Facts & Trends
Pre-conference resource booklet compiled for the conference "The Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain: challenges, changes and opportunities", University of Reading, 23-24 September 1994. Reprinted July 1995.
Challenge, Change & Opportunity: Overview, Texts & Agenda
The Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain: report on the conference. This was published inÂ January 1995.
Information leaflet listing the recommendations made at the conference. (Available only as photocopy)Â
Please contact Runnymede directly for information on how to obtain these related publications.