Dynamics of Diversity series
Our Dynamics of Diversity briefings are prepared with funding support from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
This series of briefings analyses data from the 2011 census as it is publically released by the Office of National Statistics, National Records of Scotland and Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA).
Is Britain becoming
Our short film explores how Britain is gradually becoming less clustered and less segregated according to recent evidence
- Who feels Scottish? National identities and ethnicity in Scotland
- How has ethnic diversity changed in Scotland?
- How have people’s ethnic identities changed in England and Wales?
- How are ethnic inequalities in education changing?
- Ethnicity and deprivation in England how likely are ethnic minorities to live in deprived neighbourhoods?
- Which ethnic groups have the poorest health? Ethnic health inequalities 1991 to 2011
- How has the rise in private renting disproportionately affected some ethnic groups?
- Ethnic inequalities in labour market participation
- Who feels British?
- How can we count immigration and integration?
- More segregation or more mixing?
- Who can and cannot speak English?
- What languages are spoken in England and Wales?
- Have ethnic inequalities in employment persisted between 1991 and 2011?
- What makes ethnic group populations grow?
- Has neighbourhood segregation decreased?
- Does Britain have plural cities?
- How has ethnic diversity grown 1991-2001-2011?