From institutional racism to community cohesion and beyond

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The presentation argues that the radical hour when race equality was a priority for policy formulation has passed and that increasingly from 2001 there has been a shift away from a discourse concerned with combatting institutional racism to one more focused on the threat of immigration, the importance of integration and the dangers of terrorism. The implications of this analysis for achieving inclusion through partnerships are explored.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2013
EventAsian Fire Service Association (AFSA) Conference 2013: Achieving Inclusion Through Partnership Working - Manchester
Duration: 1 Nov 2013 → …
http://www.afsa.co.uk/?page_id=1030/

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ConferenceAsian Fire Service Association (AFSA) Conference 2013: Achieving Inclusion Through Partnership Working
Period1/11/13 → …
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Pilkington, A. (2013). From institutional racism to community cohesion and beyond. Paper presented at Asian Fire Service Association (AFSA) Conference 2013: Achieving Inclusion Through Partnership Working, .
Pilkington, Andrew. / From institutional racism to community cohesion and beyond. Paper presented at Asian Fire Service Association (AFSA) Conference 2013: Achieving Inclusion Through Partnership Working, .
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