Statement from SIETAR UK about events in Ukraine

SIETAR UK strongly condemns the recent action of the Russian government  in invading Ukraine, a sovereign, independent country with a democratically elected government. This unprovoked action goes against all the values of SIETAR UK. As an organisation, we stand...

How Harry Potter could have stopped Brexit

By Dr. Katharina Lefringhausen On 23 of June 2016, the British public voted to leave the European Union, and so a 46-year long partnership could soon be over. Whether you voted for or against Brexit, voting behaviour showed that people living in highly multicultural...

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...

Multiculturalism – is it dead?

By Dr Katharina Lefringhausen With Brexit supporters asking for migration reduction and hate crimes reaching a peak of 41% after the Brexit referendum in July 2016 (1), we will discuss the question at the upcoming SIETAR UK event: Is multiculturalism dead? To evaluate...