The CSC specialises in analysing the impact of different forms of Islamism on social cohesion.
PUBLIC INFORMATION: To inform policy-makers, politicians, journalists and the wider public, the CSC publishes regular reports and holds seminars and other events exploring how best to promote tolerance, civic values and greater cohesion among Britain’s ethnic and religious communities.
The report finds that (1) the way individuals are processed depends to a large extent on the significance of bureaucratic procedures in an employment system; (2) the autonomy of… As the final deliverable of the LOCALISE project, a second European Policy Brief has been published under the title “How the governance of employment systems affects social cohesion: Lessons and local best practices from six European countries”. This event was held in the framework of the FP7 project LOCALISE, and funded by Ediburgh Napier University and the University of Bordeaux. For this reason, the six country teams have recently begun a series of “Local Authority Meetings” in which they present the research results of LOCALISE to the local stakeholders interviewed… LOCALISE recently completed its report on the “Individualisation of Social Citizenship in Europe”.
Radical changes in the local governance of social cohesion in many Member States of the European Union are the focus of LOCALISE's research on the organisational challenges of an integrated social and employment policy.
How do different institutional contexts influence local worlds of social cohesion?
From Neo-Latin "cohaesio" and French "cohésion", in physics, cohesion means "the force that unites the molecules of a liquid or of a solid".
Thereby, there are different ways to define group cohesion, depending on how researchers conceptualize this concept.