SPLINTERED SOCIETY: Do interculturalists have a role to play?

By Ciaran O’Brien It would be a fallacy to deny that the EU Referendum has created rifts across the United Kingdom. Whilst there was and continues to be a strong appetite in certain parts of the media and political spectrum to perpetrate and exaggerate these divisions, it is true that …

In a fractured Britain – where do we go from here?

By Ciaran O’Brien British society is facing a challenging time. Many years from now politicians and historians will still be discussing Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, which for many was an emotive response to frustrations over immigration, a perceived loss of self-governance and for some, an appetite to …

Building intercultural bridges after Brexit

Post ‘Brexit’ Britain needs an intercultural perspective to help shape its future, to build bridges across divisions in its society, to unite communities and to celebrate diversity and the cultural differences which bring great benefits to this country. In the climate of collective culture shock following the ‘Brexit’ vote, many people …