Demography, Immigration, and Integration Research Fellow 2016 – 2018
Richard Norrie was 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.
Related Posts & Publications
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...
by Richard Norrie | Mar 12, 2017Read Publication New analysis of the Labour Force Survey by Policy Exchange shows for the first time that the most diverse occupations in England and Wales are taxi driving and dentistry – with farming being the least diverse. The picture that emerges is of a...
Bittersweet Success? Glass Ceilings for Britain’s Ethnic Minorities at the Top of Business and the Professions
by Richard Norrie | Nov 18, 2016Read Publication Policy Exchange’s major new report on ethnic minority progression at the top of business and the professions is a story of glass half full and glass half empty. In the past generation, a cohort of talented minority Brits has emerged from elite...
by Richard Norrie | Apr 7, 2016Read Report Integration has risen higher up the political agenda in recent months with policy makers more alert to the high levels of segregation in parts of the country as well as inequality both between and within ethnic groups. This study attempts to find out which...
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