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The Politics of Race and Housing

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This paper analyses the formulation, implementation and impact of race equality policies in relation to public sector housing. It argues that the development of such initiatives at the local state level is an important feature of the contemporary politics of race. It focuses specifically upon policies developed in two radical local authorities over the past decade, and looks at how these policies fared in practice. It is argued that the lessons learned over the past decade should be used to inform policy debate during the 1990s.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 1991

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