The importance of being inclusive

By Anna Randle | 07 June 2016

The impressive turnout at the recent launch of the RSA’s Inclusive Growth Commission is testimony to the high levels of interest in the question of how, in a brave new world of city region devolution, we can create growth which benefits those in our communities who are furthest away from economic opportunity.

The need to address this challenge is clear. At the launch, Cllr Claire Kober, leader of Haringey, described a familiar paradox of high levels of economic growth taking place against a backdrop of entrenched and growing inequality in her borough.

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