Demography, Immigration, and Integration Research Fellow
Richard Norrie is a research fellow at Policy Exchange. He works in the Demography, Immigration, and Integration unit as well as the Integration Hub website. Before this, he worked at Demos.He holds degrees from the universities of Warwick, Oxford, and Cologne. His doctorate was awarded in 2014 and was written on the subject of religiosity and political participation.
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by Richard Norrie | Oct 2, 2017There has been a sharp decline in hard racist attitudes in Britain in the past few years with only one per cent of the population, and those mainly over 50, admitting to being “very prejudiced”. And there has been a continuing steady decline in the number of white...
by Richard Norrie | Sep 12, 2017Last week saw the publication of two Government commissioned reviews, both related to the life chances of minorities. The Lammy Review, published on Friday and led by David Lammy MP, investigated the treatment of and outcomes for ethnic minorities in the criminal...
by Richard Norrie | Aug 28, 2017There is a lot to welcome in this latest report on integration from the APPG on the issue but too much is buried under a mound of tendentious political rhetoric about reframing the supposedly “poisonous” contemporary debate about immigration. This is a shame. The...
by Richard Norrie | Aug 1, 2017Read Publication Farming Tomorrow, a major new report from Policy Exchange, sets out the once in a generation chance we have to reform Britain’s environmental policy and approach to farming after Brexit. The Common Agricultural Policy has, at great expense, reduced...
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