Terrorism and Community Relations: Oral and written evidence
The Stationery Office, 2005 - Great Britain - 168 pages
This is an inquiry into how the threat of international terrorism has affected community relations in Britain. Although it looks at the stigmatisation of minority groups, the incidence of prejudice, media coverage and policing and civil liberties in general, it focuses on the Muslim community in particular. The final conclusion is positive and expresses a belief that the UK is well placed to deal with the issues raised in the report.
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