The Braunthal Reports are named after the Founder of The Bonnart Trust. Freddy Bonnart-Braunthal set up the trust in 2002 to “establish and maintain scholarships at universities in the United Kingdom for research at the postgraduate level into the nature of racial, religious and cultural intolerance with a view to finding a means to combat it”.
Freddy had personal experience of prejudice. At the outbreak of WWII he was studying economics at LSE and was evacuated to Cambridge, but in 1940 he was labelled an ‘enemy alien’ and interned to a camp in Canada for 10 months. He was eventually allowed to return to Britain to fight against Nazism. On joining the army in 1943, he changed his name to Frederick Bonnart. However, he was determined that his original name be preserved and associated with the actions of the Trust – hence we are calling these papers The Braunthal Reports.
The Braunthal Reports are based on analysis and recommendations drawn from the dissertations submitted for a doctorate by the Scholars funded by The Bonnart Trust.
2019 – Social exclusion and conformity as drivers and buffers of violent radicalisation by Nafees Hamid
2019 – Social interaction in mixed-tenure neighbourhoods: a comparative analysis of housing regeneration in the UK (England) and in the Netherlands by Dr. Tatiana Moreira de Souza
2018 – The cipher: space for the negotiation of difference in hip-hop by Bharath Ganesh
2017 – Contesting identity and preventing belonging Dr. Maria W. Norris