Just released, worthy of a solid read
“Every society faces the challenge of behaviour by its members that frustrates
its purpose and hinders it from flourishing“- Philip F Esler-Chief Executive, The Arts and Humanities Research Council
Has Britain become an uncivil society? Civility Lost and Found argues that incivility has become common, whether in the behaviour of tv and radio presenters, revellers out on a Saturday night or drunks on airplanes, and that few issues matter as much to the public.
Civility Lost and Found looks at the nature of civility in British society and, through a mix of research and contributions from a number of eminent people addresses what we mean by civility and looks at what can be done now to cultivate a more civil society. Published by the Young Foundation with the support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) it points to a wide range of actions that could help to make Britain a more civil society, all of which build on projects already underway