Public sector needs to tackle divisive communities, says Casey

By Heather Jameson | 05 December 2016

Public sector leaders have done too little to stop communities from becoming segregated for fear of being branded racist, Dame Louise Casey has claimed.  

In her long-awaited report on integration, Dame Louise claimed national and local public bodies have ignored ‘divisive and harmful cultural and religious practices, for fear of being branded racist or Islamophobic’. 

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