17 March 2021
“There’s a subtle but crucial difference between ‘Opponent’ and ‘Enemy’”
“In the US, we’ve lost the common sense of authority that should be provided by academia, science and the media. The umpires and referees aren’t trusted - which means both sides get nervous and they just want to see their side win.”
15 March 2021
"By helping to structurally reduce and mitigate the negative consequences of polarization, leaders can reduce the level of harm that polarization can inflict within their broader societies as well as within their companies."
01 March 2021
"Refugee sponsorship has a tangible impact in increasing support for and reducing opposition to refugee resettlement because of the direct links established between refugees and local communities.
The poll, conducted by YouGov and commissioned by the nonprofit group More In Common, offers vital lessons for refugee advocates and policymakers on both the policy and politics of refugee resettlement."
19 February 2021
"If social cohesion and the notion of common ground don’t sound like the version of a divided world that we are fed daily, More in Common’s report Britain’s Choice: Common Ground and Division in 2020s Britain makes a fascinating read.
Significantly, the report evidences that we are not as divided as we often assume but that when we focus on societal ‘fault lines’, we obscure common ground."
19 February 2021
“There are pro-Europeans and Eurosceptics but also, and more importantly, Europe’s 'invisible' and 'forgotten'."
As many as four out of ten people feel lost or forgotten by the EU or their countries, according to a report published by More in Common.