Group Cohesion in Oldham

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A durable group is a group:. which is prosperous, and where everybody appreciates a decent standard of living;to which individuals are glad to say they belong;where individuals from diverse ethnic, religious and social foundations and with distinctive wages live one next to the other in peace and safety;which is not deformed by bigotry or different types of preference, and where individuals treat one another with cordiality

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Group Cohesion in Oldham Bruce Penhale Corporate Policy Manager Oldham MBC

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A durable group is a group: which is prosperous, and where everybody appreciates a decent way of life; to which individuals are glad to state they have a place; where individuals from various ethnic, religious and social foundations and with various salaries live next to each other in peace and wellbeing; which is not deformed by bigotry or different types of partiality, and where individuals treat each other with cordiality and regard; where individuals bolster each other when they are in need, and where clashes can be settled as opposed to rotting or developing; where individuals get, and feel they get, reasonable treatment from associations giving administrations, offices and work openings; and individuals can add to choices which influence their lives, and to take an interest completely in the monetary, social and social existence of the group.

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Community attachment: not only a race issue Race Ethnicity (counting intra-group issues) Nationality (counting bias against haven searchers) Religion (counting Islamophobia) Different parts of Oldham Identity Perceived decency in asset portion Tensions amongst more youthful and more established individuals Social class – connections to examples of residency and riches Other types of partiality – homophobia, avoidance of debilitated individuals

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Community Cohesion Policy advancement Developing Community Cohesion Strategy Central to this are: Political and group initiative "Mainstreaming" people group union by incorporating it into all zones of action Building people group association New way to deal with recovery This needs a decent proof base. The 2001 Census gives some portion of the gauge

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Measuring people group union Thoughts and sentiments Fairness Trust in foundations Relationships with other individuals in neighborhoods Openness to other individuals Pride and personality Safety and security Experience of people, family and companions in: Labour advertise Schools Neighbourhoods Leisure Media and so on Behavior Where individuals live Who they associate with How they treat other individuals and so on

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Ethnic gathering and religion

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How has the sythesis of Oldham changed? Rate of individuals from Black & Minority Ethnic gatherings – 1991: 9%, 2001: 14% Growth basically in the groups of Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnic starting point Increase most prominent in the territories with the biggest BME populaces in 1991 Werneth ward 38% to 59% Saddleworth West ward 1% to 1.7%

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1991 2001 Bangladeshi 78.3 74.4 Pakistani 76.0 71.8 (All BME) (65.3) (63.3) Indian 53.5 48.8 Other 33.2 37.8 Black 37.0 30.7 Mixed - 22.0 Has Oldham turned out to be pretty much isolated? What's more, how and why? Record of Dissimilarity – the rate of the populace who might need to move to be uniformly conveyed concerning another gathering Calculated at ward level Range from 0 (= No isolation) to 100 (= completely isolated as for White individuals) 50*sum(abs((b i/B)- (w i/W i )))

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Measuring imbalance utilizing the 2001 Census Employment – monetary action, kind of occupation, workers in family unit Learning – most noteworthy capability Health – long haul constraining sickness, wellbeing in the most recent year Housing – residency, stuffing

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Standardized proportions of weakness in the most recent year (England=100)

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Housing residency by ethnic birthplace of family unit reference individual

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Unemployment rates by ethnic gathering

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Ethnic inception and unmeasured variety White populace is a substantial and assorted gathering Example of White individuals in Hollinwood ward (positioned in most denied 5% on the Indices of Deprivation 2000) Standardized weakness proportions For men 187 (131 for all men in Oldham) For ladies 142 (133 for all ladies in Oldham) Ratios are equivalent to those for Black & Minority Ethnic gatherings with weakness

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Conclusions Value of the 2001 Census Range of data – distinctive issues, diverse spatial levels, far reaching scope, quality and similarity crosswise over territories and after some time But: Classifications of ethnic root and religion may not be the most applicable for you Only backhanded measures of group union Care is required in deciding circumstances and end results Differences that aren't anything but difficult to quantify might be critical

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