HOPE not hate Charitable Trust’s fear and HOPE reports have, since 2011, tracked the public mood to understand how fears and hopes unite and divide us. We split the population into ‘identity tribes’ based on a shared worldview, which we watched shift and change over time. These tribes helped us to understand resilience and vulnerability to hateful narratives, and to better understand how major events and political changes have contributed to a shift in how people saw identity issues.
This new report builds on this research, looking specifically at how fear and hope shape the attitudes and behaviours of young people, aged 16-24, in Britain today.
You can read excerpts from the report below, or read the full report by clicking the button.