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Integration – Food for Thought

Policy product type: LGiU essential policy briefing

Published date: November 20, 2012

Author: Hilary Kitchin

Issues covered:

  • Equalities
  • integration

A new report from the IPPR suggests that integration may be better achieved through everyday interactions
The report challenges current government policy and multiculturalism as being based on mistaken assumptions
It is suggested that research should look at everyday interactions through Sure Start and social and economic relationships
Its relevance for local authorities lies in its links to socio-economic regeneration and to the equalities duties, to counter discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations

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