Policy Development

Think-piece on Cohesion and Integration: Local Decision-Making and Participation

Written by:
Omar Khan
Read time:
50 minutes

Concerned with ensuring BME participation at all levels of democracy, the following think piece from the Runnymede Trust questions the assumption that cohesion and integration inherently results in greater levels of representation. While the report acknowledges the benefits of localism as it relates to the participation of BME groups, the authors note the under-representation of BME people in the democratic process with particular reference to decision making.

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