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Women fleeing violence failed by 'efficiency' cuts

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Domestic violence cuts
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Cuts to domestic violence services are putting women at risk and costing more, says Baljit Banga from Newham Asian Women’s Project.
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Cuts to domestic violence services are putting women at risk and costing more, says Baljit Banga from Newham Asian Women’s Project.

Equality and justice? Only if you can afford them

Britain is and always was multi-ethnic- get used to it

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Britain is and was multi-ethni
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Earlier this year, David Cameron told us that 'state multiculturalism' has failed. But Britain has always been multi-ethnic and we need to get used to it, argues Bryan Teixeira from Naz Project London.
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Earlier this year, David Cameron told us that 'state multiculturalism' has failed. But Britain has always been multi-ethnic and we need to get used to it, argues Bryan Teixeira from Naz Project London.

Is Localism really open to all?

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Is Localism really open to all
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Will under represented communities be left behind by the Localism agenda, asks Dan Silver from One North West?
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Will under represented communities be left behind by the Localism agenda, asks Dan Silver from One North West?

'Hard to reach' communities or a failure to listen?

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'Hard to reach' communities
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We need a new approach for consulting seldom heard groups, argues Shantele Janes from Cheshire Halton & Warrington Race and Equality Centre.  
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The 'Westminster bubble' and the neglect of Northern voices

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The 'Westminster bubble'
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Ignoring regional disparities will not help tackle our economic crisis, argues Dan Silver from One North West in this week’s Member Blog.          
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Ignoring regional disparities will not help tackle our economic crisis, argues Dan Silver from One North West in this week’s Member Blog. 

Gendering Sustainability: Women’s Resilience and Survival

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Gendering Sustainability
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Smaller, specialist organisations are losing out in the competition for funding. This week, Balgit Banga from Newham Asian Women’s Project speaks out.
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Smaller, specialist organisations are losing out in the competition for funding. This week, Balgit Banga from Newham Asian Women’s Project (NAWP) speaks out.

URGENT NEED: A USP for the BME sector!

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Bryan Teixeira blog
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In these bleak times, the BME sector urgently needs to find its USP, argues Bryan Teixeira from Naz Project London.
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In these bleak times, the BME sector urgently needs to find its USP, argues Bryan Teixeira from Naz Project London.

Response to the riots: Abandoning our collective future?

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Response to the riots
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We launch our Member's Blog feature with Dan Silver from One North West speaking out on criminal justice and the riots.
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Dan Silver from One North West speaks out on the riots and criminal justice, 23rd Aug 2011.

London riots: Is this the real price of the cuts?

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Elizabeth Balgobin blog
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I am sure for some that race is an element but I get a strong sense that this is a bigger disaffection of a generation of young people who feel that there really is nothing to lose.
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What started as a potential race related shooting and death of a young man in Tottenham has boiled over into a wider issue of disaffection and equalities more generally. The family of Mark Duggan are now lost in this bigger story of riots across our country and his name is rarely mentioned as part of this story.

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