Cohesion, counterterrorism and community in West Yorkshire: summary

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Husband, Charles; Alam, Yunis
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Date of publication
1 March 2011
Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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This study covers two research projects carried out with the five metropolitan authorities of the Association of West Yorkshire Authorities. The first, led by Charles Husband, examines how the simultaneous implementation of community cohesion and counter-terrorism policies affected those who were involved in their delivery at local level, and the potential contradictions between these policies. The second, led by Yunis Alam, explores important issues chosen by people from a diverse sample across West Yorkshire.

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