In light of the referendum result on 23 June, Britain will exit the European Union. The CSJ's focus is to ensure this is done in a manner that delivers a good outcome for those in our disadvantaged communities.
The decision to leave the European Union was a bold and unequivocal statement for millions of people who want to change the political, economic and social status quo. It must kick-start a national conversation aimed at understanding the deep divides in our nation.
Our report, 48:52 Healing a Divided Britain, digs beneath the surface of well-trodden themes of immigration, sovereignty and community alienation to look at the issues really concerning British people.
We offer a practical road map to ensure a successful exit from the EU that meets the needs of our society, especially our most disadvantaged communities and vulnerable people.
We have a once in a lifetime chance to reshape public policy so that it genuinely helps those who feel they have little stake in society and responds directly to the concerns that surfaced in the referendum.
Report: 48:52 Healing a Divided Britain