A lot of the discussion about race and diversity tends to focus on numbers and the subject of migration has, in particular, risen up the political agenda. However, a much more profound change is to be found in the sheer breadth of diversity with, for example, over 300 languages spoken in London schools. A wider diversity is also now found in many market towns and rural areas across the country, where as many as 50 different languages are now spoken. All ethnicities and nationalities comprise many different traditions, strands, and diaspora communities, especially those based upon faith, are especially diverse. This report hopes to provide an appreciation of all such communities, to enhance understanding and to ensure that we build the widest possible engagement.