This title was first published in 2000: The essays in this text examine interculturalism in Europe, focusing on social diversity and social policy within the European Union. Issues addressed include racism and social policy, migrant communities in Europe, ethnic diversity, intercultural education and housing and segregation.
1. Introduction: Cultural Diversity and Social Policy, Sidney Jacobs and Jagdish Gundara. 2. Race, Racism and Social Policy in Europe: An Historical Introduction, Sidney Jacobs. 3. The Political Context of Intercultural Public and Social Policy in Europe, Jagdish Gundara. 4. Political Sociology and Cultural Studies in the Study of Migrant Communities in Europe, John Rex. 5. Ethnic Diversity in the European Union: Policies for New Europeans, Mary Coussey. 6. The Cultural Short-cut: A Road to Exclusion? Notes on Identity Politics in the European Union, Peo Hansen. 7. Public Policy in a Divided Society: Lessons from Northern Ireland, Mari Fitzduff. 8. Multipoverty Europe: Reflections on Migration, Citizenship and Social Exclusion in the European Union and the United States, Carl-Ulrik Schierup. 9. Migration and Social Policies in Northern and Southern Europe: A Comparative Perspective, Giovanna Campani. 10. Intercultural Education in the European Union from a 'Southern' Viewpoint, Anna Frangoudaki and Thalia Dragonas. 11. Out of Mind, Out of Sight: Education and Older Migrants, Jagdish Gundara and Crispin Jones. 12. Youth and Interculturalism in Europe, Roger Hewitt. 13. Racist Violence and the European Community, Paul Iganski. 14. The International Migratory Movement of Women, Giovanna Campani. 15. Housing Policy and Segregation in Europe: Defining Race as the Problem, Sidney Jacobs. 16. Community, Identity and the State: Minority Struggles within the European Union, Beth Ginsburg and Ranjit Sondhi. 17. Intercultural Health in Europe, Roy Carr-Hill. 18. Trade Unions, Migrants and Ethnic Minorities in an Intercultural Europe, John Wrench. 19. Intercultural Relations in British Cinema Since 1960, Phillip Drummond.
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