The impact of overseas conflict on UK communities: summary

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Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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1 March 2011
Community Development and Regeneration
Social welfare
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Researchers and policymakers have limited understanding of how conflicts overseas affect UK communities, aside from when substantial flows of asylum seekers and migrants from conflict regions occur. Yet globalisation has intensified and changed UK communities’ international connections. This research studies the impact on UK communities of three areas of conflict: Afghanistan/Pakistan, the Great Lakes region of Africa, and the Western Balkans

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