gov.uk, The Casey Review: a review into opportunity and integration [pdf]
BBC News, Segregation at 'worrying levels' in parts of Britain, Dame Louise Casey warns "Segregation and social exclusion are at "worrying levels" and are fuelling inequality in some areas of Britain, a report has found.
"Women in some communities are denied "even their basic rights as British residents", the Casey Review said."
The report has generated a variety of comments and opinions, of which this is a small selection:
Guardian, Why do so many Muslim women find it hard to integrate in Britain?
Aina Khan, Guardian, Guardian, Sorry, Louise Casey, but Muslim women are held back by discrimination
Julia Rampen, New Statesman, The 8 bits of good news about integration buried in the Casey Review
The Sun, Government officials spent more on Cornish language lessons than on English ones for struggling Brits, reveals damning report
Sadia Habib, Sociological Review, It’s the Government’s Unbritish Values and Intolerance That Is the Problem, Not Muslims (opinion piece)