Britain is becoming increasingly diverse by social grade, ethnicity and age.
— Social Integration Commission 2018

Social integration has become an important part of national community development strategies in the UK in the past year.  

We seek to bring people together through campaigns such as Interdependence and Ask your Neighbour a Favour. We seek to create spaces for community using the arts and creativity. One example is Remembering, our installation giving space for healthy grieving. 

We seek to support the wellbeing of people involved in the frontline of community work through support, peer groups and connection with services and resources to enable sustainability in tough projects.

A lack of social integration is likely to make it harder to address the various challenges that modern Britain faces. These challenges include long-term unemployment, blocked opportunities/access to talent, social isolation and a lack of community wellbeing.
— Social Integration Commission 2018