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Communities and neighbourhoods

Building a Picture of Community Cohesion

Published 3 July 2003
Type(s) Good practice and guidance
Site Communities and neighbourhoods
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Summary

In December 2002, the Local Government Association (LGA), Home Office, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Commission for Racial Equality and the Inter-Faith Network published guidance for local authorities on community cohesion. The guidance highlights the fact that all local agencies need a detailed understanding of the nature of the communities they serve in order to assess how well equipped they are to build community cohesion.

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