Interculturalism is a new concept for managing community relations in a world defined by globalization and 'superdiversity'. This book argues that as countries become more diverse a new framework of interculturalism is needed to mediate these relationships and that this will require new systems of governance to support it.
TED CANTLE, CBE is regarded as the 'founding father' of community cohesion, following the publication of the Cantle Report into the UK race riots of 2001. He led the Government panel on cohesion for five years before setting up the Institute for Community Cohesion (iCoCo) at Coventry University, UK, where he holds the post of Executive Chair. He is also Associate Director of the Local Government Improvement and Development Agency and Visiting Professor at Nottingham Business School. He is author of Community Cohesion: A New Framework for Race and Diversity (Palgrave, 2005 & 2008). In 2004 he was awarded the CBE.
Introduction Globalization and 'Super Diversity' Reforming the Notion of Identity The 'Failure' of Multiculturalism The Contribution of Community Cohesion Segregation and Integration Interculturalism: Conceptualization Interculturalism: Policy and Practice Notes Bibliography Index