With 15.3% of the city’s population coming from a non-white background, and over 100 languages spoken in the city, Cardiff is by far the most ethnically diverse local authority in Wales.

With a third of the school population now coming from a non-White British background, Cardiff is likely to become an increasingly ethnically diverse city. These changing demographics will add to the city’s cultural diversity and vibrancy, but a continued focus on community cohesion – the sense of belonging felt by communities, and the strong and positive relationships within them – will be important in order to build on Cardiff’s long history of being open and inclusive.

Source: 2011 Census