Released this week, the Casey Review into opportunity and integration.
This independent review was commissioned in July 2015 and conducted by Dame Louise Casey. In her summary she states that she wanted to consider the nature and extent of social deprivation and division in society and how it could give rise to intolerance and hate.
Large sections consider the conditions of immigrant and ethnic minority communities and proposes ways in which resilience and integration could be increased through the promotion of shared British values.
Shockingly this was not the only report this week which published findings on poverty and inequality. The Joseph Rowntree Society and New Policy Institute released their annual review of poverty and social exclusion a key finding was that in 2014/15 21% of families were in low-income households.
Also, the Children Sights Alliance found in its annual review failings in terms of education housing and protection of rights
The Red Cross also reported on the increasing problem of loneliness and isolation in the UK.