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Faith in the public realmControversies, policies and practices$
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Adam Dinham, Robert Furbey, and Vivien Lowndes

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9781847420305

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847420305.001.0001

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Faith, multiculturalism and community cohesion: a policy conversation

Faith, multiculturalism and community cohesion: a policy conversation

(p.83) Five Faith, multiculturalism and community cohesion: a policy conversation
Faith in the public realm

Maqsood Ahmed

Ted Cantle

Dilwar Hussain

, Vivien Lowndes
Policy Press

This chapter presents a ‘policy conversation’ between three leading practitioners who are active in civil society and governance. The conversation of Maqsood Ahmed, Ted Cantle and Dilwar Hussain focuses on the relationship of faith, multiculturalism and community cohesion. They also debate on whether the emergence of faith identities posits a great challenge to multiculturalism's focus on race and ethnicity. While there have been changes noted by the contributors, most of them agree that these changes do not signal the end of multiculturalism rather they indicate ‘a moment of transition’, whose outcome and direction remains vague.

Keywords:   policy conversation, faith, multiculturalism, community cohesion, faith identities, race, ethnicity

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