- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- One ‘Holism’ and urban regeneration
- Two Partnerships and power in community regeneration
- Three Local government, anti-poverty strategies and partnership working
- Four Partnership and change in social housing
- Five Improving partnership working in housing and mental health
- Six The potential of project status to support partnerships
- Seven Promoting independence: a partnership approach to supporting older people in the community
- Eight Partnership between service users and statutory social services
- Nine Partnership working in health promotion: the potential role of social capital in health development
- Ten Partnership and power: the role of black and minority ethnic voluntary organisations in challenging racism
- Eleven Rounding up the ‘usual suspects’: police approaches to multiagency policing
- Twelve Partnership – participation – power: the meaning of empowerment in post-industrial society
- Thirteen Spatial considerations in multiagency and multidisciplinary work
- Conclusion – can partnerships work?
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