Policy Development

Parliamentary Briefing: Cohesion Guidance for Funders

Written by:
Runnymede Trust
Read time:
10 minutes

With disadvantage and inequality being a particular threat to community cohesion, the following briefing from the Runnymede Trust raises concerns about a proposed move from a single-group funding approach to one which is based on a model that funds groups based on their ability to promote cohesion and diversity. By adopting such an approach, BME groups may find it difficult to participate in wider society as equals, further threatening cohesion.

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