Individual identity: Understanding how conservatives think about human rights and discrimination

James Dobson, Freddie Lloyd and Ryan Shorthouse

December 2017

Discrimination and the abuse of human rights are immoral, unjust and illegal barriers to individual freedom and flourishing. Tackling them should be at the heart of conservative thinking and policymaking. However, conservatives are often considered to be sceptical of measures to strengthen human rights and tackle discrimination.

This polling report unearths in detail what Conservatives – including those from different social groups – really think about the existence of, importance of, and measures on human rights and discrimination.

Read the report