In all towns and cities increasing diversity creates a challenge. How can people of different faiths, ethnicities, socio-economic groups and generations relate to each other as neighbours and citizens?
Local authorities have a central role to play in how local communities deal with these pressures that come from rapid economic and social change.
We provide engagement and research services that support local authorities to address community cohesion in their planning and service delivery functions.
- Development and delivery of community and stakeholder engagement programmes
- Qualitative and quantitative social research
- Participatory research methods including knowledge co-production
- Digital research and engagement
- Focus groups and community mapping
Please see our case study on Community Cohesion: