Recession and cohesion in Bradford

Hudson, M., Davidson, R., Durante, L., Grieve, J. and Kazmi, A. 2011. Recession and cohesion in Bradford. York Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

TitleRecession and cohesion in Bradford
AuthorsHudson, M., Davidson, R., Durante, L., Grieve, J. and Kazmi, A.
Abstract

This report examines the impact of the recession and funding cuts on community relations in Bradford, the results of which have gained increasing significance after the recent social unrest across urban areas in the UK.

Year2011
PublisherJoseph Rowntree Foundation
Publication dates
Published2011
Place of publicationYork
ISBN9781859358313
Web address (URL)http://www.jrf.org.uk/publications/social-cohesion-bradford-impact-recession

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