Difficult Histories & Positive Identities offers a cross-sector insight into highlighted 'difficult' aspects of social history, drawing on the combined experience of academics from a wide range of disciplines, policymakers, charities, business leaders, community practitioners and activists, and young people, from across the UK.
The report was launched on 19 November 2019, at Broadway House, Westminster. Its author is our freelance Research Associate, Dr James Wallis. You can find out more about the report launch here.
The panel featured Prof Martin Daunton, Dr Ellen McAdam and Nick Dennis, with Cumberland Lodge Chief Executive Dr Edmund Newell as chair. The event also featured an introduction from the report's author, Dr James Wallis.
21 November, 2019