Bristol University | Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship | Research outputs: Taking Part: Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance (January 2013)
"This final report provides the main findings from the most comprehensive study to date on UK Muslim-government relations, which included an analysis of public policy since 1997, a total of 112 interviews with key policymakers and Muslim civil society actors, and in-depth local case studies of Birmingham, Leicester, and Tower Hamlets, London. The Report describes how British Muslims have been taking part in governance in the three policy fields of equality, diversity & cohesion; faith sector governance; and security (including the Prevent Strategy). It describes how modes of Muslim representation have developed into a broader 'democratic constellation' ""
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