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What works in enabling cross-community interactions ? perspectives on good policy and practice.

Orton, A. (2009) 'What works in enabling cross-community interactions ? perspectives on good policy and practice.', Project Report. Department for Communities and Local Government, London.

Abstract

This report for the National Community Forum briefly reviews the evidence for the current state of community interaction within England, together with theoretical approaches such as 'contact theory' which can inform activities that bring individuals and groups together. Building on this basis, the report then draws on the extensive expertise of 28 practitioners from across the country selected because of their diverse grassroots experience of bringing different individuals and groups together.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Keywords:Interaction, Contact community, Relationship, Practice.
Full text:PDF - Published Version (420Kb)
Status:Public
Publisher Web site:http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/communities/enablingcrosscommunity
Record Created:25 Nov 2011 09:50
Last Modified:04 Jan 2012 15:25

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