Post-immigration ‘difference’ and integration: the case of Muslims in Western Europe

Paper that analyses the various ways in which the British government has sought to manage the expanding black and minority ethnic communities which now form large proportions of the population in cities. It goes on to argue that government needs to appreciate that there are different modes of integration and that successful integration needs to draw on approaches that go beyond non-discrimination, important though that is.

Author: 
Tariq Modood
Publisher: 
The British Academy
Published: 
2012
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