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How to tackle racially motivated hate incidents

18/02/2015


How to tackle racially motivated hate incidentsThe UK is becoming an increasingly diverse place to live. The black and minority ethnic population is now 14% of the overall total in England and Wales, up from 7.9% in 2001. However, the long term decline in racial prejudice has reversed slightly in recent years, attributed to negative media and political rhetoric towards immigraiton and public anxieties about terrorism. This briefing will look at the role housing providers can play in tackling racially motivated hate incidents and building cohesive communities.


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