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 Chronicle, Sp!ked, UnHerd, the Critic, The 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.