Julian Hargreaves, Research Associate at the Centre for Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge, reflects on the media coverage of his recent article on research into Muslim victimisation.
Will McMahon and Rebecca Roberts consider ethnicity, harm and crime.
Jon Shute and Juanjo Medina argue in a comment piece on our website that the government's 'Ending gang and youth violence' strategy is a 'shameful and appalling' waste of taxpayers' money.
'In... the era of austerity, £10 million of taxpayers’ money has been wasted on initiatives that have not been described or evaluated, and where grandiose success claims are made despite precisely no evidence of understanding or achievement.
Discussion papers from a roundtable discussion on ethnicity and social harm the Centre hosted in October 2008. The lead paper by Rebecca Roberts and Will McMahon is available for download, along with response papers by Professors Danny Dorling, James Nazroo and Lucinda Platt.
Policy, purpose and pragmatism: dilemmas for voluntary and community organisations working with black young people affected by crime explores the experiences of voluntary and community organisations (VCOs) that are predominantly working with black young people affected by crime in England.