Creating social-cohesion can be a risky business: Mashuda Shaikh in Schools Week
by Loic Menzies
17th December 2016
Following the recently published Casey Review Mashuda Shaikh reflects on lessons learned from her work and our social cohesion report. She shares advice on how to bring communities together based on her experience in Kirklees and argues that “taking risks under the right, well-moderated conditions can often maximise impact”.
Find out more about our recommendations in our short report “Can Schools Make Society more Cohesive?”