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Back to the future of community cohesion? Learning from New Labour

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New Labour developed an ambitious programme to address what it saw as increasing social divisions in British society caused, primarily, by ethnic and cultural difference. Developed in 2001, community cohesion became embedded in many other social policy areas, especially regarding social inclusion, a commitment to empowering both individuals and communities, and developing a sense of British identity compatible with a rapidly globalising world. Though it was marginalised during the Coalition a...

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University of Oxford
Division:
Social Sciences Division
Department:
Social Policy & Intervention

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Publisher:
Policy Press Publisher's website
Host title:
Social Policy Review 30: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2018
Publication date:
2018-07-10
Pubs id:
pubs:823148
URN:
uri:1e0c63e9-8056-43e4-a213-b8f1e4411ba6
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uuid:1e0c63e9-8056-43e4-a213-b8f1e4411ba6
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pubs:823148
ISBN:
978-1-447-34999-0

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