The Grenfell Fire

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Blair, Thomas L
Editions Blair
Date of publication
27 August 2018
Community Development and Regeneration, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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The latest E-book form cyberscholar Thomas L Blair tackles the Grenfell fire tragedy, and considers the following issues:

  • Official and private culpability in the disaster.
  • The ghettoization of minorities in obsolescent estates.

Articles in this edition also cover the impact of Grenfell upon the Notting Hill Carnival, and the importance of addressing Social Housing Policy in light of the tragedy.

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