Rakib Ehsan

Dr Rakib Ehsan is an independent analyst and writer, specialising in matters of social cohesion, race relations and public security. He holds a BA in Politics & International Relations (First-Class Honours), MSc in Democracy, Politics and Governance (Pass with Distinction), and a PhD in Political Science, all from Royal Holloway, University of London. His PhD thesis investigated the impact of social integration on the public attitudes of British non-white ethnic minorities.

His research has been published by a number of think-tanks – the Henry Jackson Society, Policy Exchange, the Runnymede Trust and the Intergenerational Foundation, as well as the Mackenzie Institute – while he has written for publications including the Telegraph, the Independent, the Scotsman, the Jewish ChronicleSp!kedUnHerd, the CriticThe Times Red Box and CapX, and appeared frequently on radio and television.

A prominent British authority on matters of racial identity and social integration, Dr Ehsan is currently a Patron of the Muslims Against Anti-Semitism, and has also presented evidence to The White House Covid-19 Health Equity Task Force.