New website for community cohesion

A new interactive website, developed by the Institute of Community Cohesion (ICoCo) and supported by the Department for Communities and Local Government, brings together a range of practical advice and support on how to promote community cohesion and integration, drawing on good practice case studies from across the country.

Dec 4, 2008
By Paul Jacques

A new interactive website, developed by the Institute of Community Cohesion (ICoCo) and supported by the Department for Communities and Local Government, brings together a range of practical advice and support on how to promote community cohesion and integration, drawing on good practice case studies from across the country.

This dedicated website provides expert help and guidance on creating strong, cohesive communities.

The website is aimed at practitioners, policy-makers and other organisations from a whole range of sectors, inlcluding law enforcement, and will provide a continuously updated bank of cohesion resources, including toolkits, links and briefings on key issues.

Further information can be accessed at http://www.cohesioninstitute.org.uk/

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