Runnymede Perspective: ‘Conservatism and Community Cohesion’

Conservative MP Dominic Grieve wrote the first in a new series of Runnymede Perspectives that was published in January 2010.

His paper entitled ‘Conservatism and Community Cohesion’, looks at how the Conservative Party’s principles and potential policies marry with the divisive and politically charged topics of race equality and a multi-ethnic society.

The report also includes responses from academics, including Lord Bhikhu Parekh, chair of the Runnymede Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain; Montserrat Guibernau of the Queen Mary University of London; Ludi Simpson of the Cathie Marsh Centre of Census and Survey Research at the University of Manchester; and Shamit Saggar of the University of Sussex.

Click here for the report