An over-emphasis on shared values and common identity not only implies that these are deficient within certain minority or faith communities; it is also an unhelpful distraction from the social and economic inequalities that face many individuals.
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What can we learn from the winners of the annual Urbanism Awards?
Seeing my old house made me ask some questions. What happened to the place? What’s the council doing about it, and places like it?
I suspect that as Big Society slowly turns from political rhetoric into practical reality, we’re going to encounter more controversy.
I recently predicted that 2011 would be a ‘bloodbath’ for the sector. Perhaps unsurprisingly my comments attracted a mixed reaction.
So, this whole LEP business – how has it been for you? To begin with, the Pickles/Cable letter of invitation got some people quite excited.
I was born into local government and brought up to love it. Not its pomposity, ceremony or status but its capacity to change peoples lives.
The task of translating the rhetoric of Big Society into policy is revealing some fundamental flaws, argues Gabriel Chanan
Anthony Woods Waters reports on a burgeoning relationship between the US city of Little Rock and Newcastle upon Tyne
With less resources around the onus is on organisations to work together. Alison Chambers explains how to ensure things click into place