This book is the Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities and contains useful data on this area broken down into issues such as employment, families, income, housing, religion, etc. Essential reading for those interested in these key policy areas, and especially so for the religious data, as this survey was conducted before the 2001 Census and so gives an earlier picture about religion and belonging (to religious groups) on a national level.
Ethnic Minorities in Britain: Diversity and Disadvantage
30 September 2010
Faith Schools We Can Believe In: Ensuring that tolerant and democratic values are upheld in every part of Britain's education system
‘Dangerous Minds’? Deconstructing Counter-Terrorism Discourse, Radicalisation and the ‘Psychological Vulnerability’ of Muslim Children and Young People in Britain
Why Reciprocal Intergroup Radicalisation Happened between Islamists and Anti-Islamists in Britain but Not in Norway
Divorced but still co-habiting? Britain’s Prevent/community cohesion policy tension