11
May
2010

Give Peace Journalism a Chance - Professor Richard Keeble

Richard Keeble is a director of the Institute of Communication Ethics and co-edits their quarterly journal, Ethical Space. He is on the editorial board for a number of international journals.

Here he discusses the role of peace journalism in challenging key issues around war and contemporary culture.

18
Mar
2010

Introduction to the Three Models of Community Cohesion Seminar - Prof Harris Beider

Harris Beider is Professor of Community Cohesion at iCoCo. Here he introduces the Three Models of Community Cohesion seminar day.

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18
Mar
2010

A short history of Community Cohesion in the UK - Nick Johnson, iCoCo

Nick is a public policy professional, with extensive experience of policy development, research and strategic leadership. He is a leading writer and commentator on issues of integration, equality and cohesion. Here he discusses the history of community cohesion in the UK: including the issues, challenges and next steps.

This talk is part of the AHRC funded series on Community Cohesion. This event was titled ‘The Three Models of Community Cohesion’.

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18
Mar
2010

Immigrant Integration on the Local Level in Germany - Dr Eva Dick and Dr Katrin Gliemann

Dr Eva Dick and Dr Katrin Gliemann are from Technische Universitat in Dortmund, Germany. Here they discuss Immigrant Integration on the Local Level in Germany, focusing on Dortmund.

This talk is part of the AHRC funded series on Community Cohesion. This event was titled ‘The Three Models of Community Cohesion’.

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18
Mar
2010

Public housing transformation and integration in Chicago - Dr Susan Popkin

Susan J. Popkin is both Director of The Urban Institute’s Program on Neighborhoods and Youth Development and a Senior Fellow in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center. Here she discusses the role of public housing transformation and its role in segregation.

This talk is part of the AHRC funded series on Community Cohesion. This event was titled 'The Three Models of Community Cohesion'.

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18
Mar
2010

Community Cohesion in an Era of Super Diversity - Ted Cantle, iCoCo

Ted Cantle is Professor of Community Cohesion at the Institute of Community Cohesion (iCoCo).

In this Professorial Lecture he discusses how Community Cohesion emerged as a new policy framework for race and diversity issues just over 9 years ago. Since then it has been widely adopted by statutory and voluntary agencies and more latterly by businesses. The 23,000 schools in England are now under a duty to promote community cohesion and programmes to tackle prejudice and intolerance, reduce inequalities and to more positively promote belonging and the benefits of diversity, are evident in just about every neighbourhood.

As the architect of the cohesion concept Professor Cantle considers the key challenges ahead.

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11
Mar
2010

Introduction to ‘Does Faith have a role in Community Cohesion’ - Dr Adam Dinham, Goldsmiths

Dr Adam Dinham welcomes guests to the Institute of Community Cohesion's ESRC Seminar Series discussing 'Does faith have a role in community cohesion'.

11
Mar
2010

Faith, representation and cohesion - Dr Rachael Chapman, Northumbria

Dr Rachael Chapman is a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences at Northumbria University. Here she discusses 'Faith, representation and cohesion' at the iCoCo ESRC seminar series on 'Does faith have a role in Community Cohesion?'

11
Mar
2010

Multi-faith forums as structures for Community Cohesion - Martha Shaw, Goldsmiths

Martha Shaw, Goldsmiths. discusses Multi-faith forums as structures for Community Cohesion at the iCoCo ESRC seminar series on 'Does faith have a role in Community Cohesion?'

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11
Mar
2010

Faith, conflict resolution and peace building in Community Cohesion - Richard Slade

Richard Slade is undertaking PhD research exploring the role of conflict resolution processes and dialogue in addressing tensions between communities in the UK. In this talk he discusses 'Faith, conflict resolution and peace building in Community Cohesion' at the iCoCo ESRC seminar series on 'Does faith have a role in Community Cohesion?'