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Dominic Abrams and Fanny Lalot, University of Kent Jo Broadwood, Kaya Davies Hayon, and Isobel Platts-Dunn, Belong
The Social Cohesion Investment: Local areas that invested in social cohesion programmes are faring better in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic
This report presents findings from our research project, “Beyond Us and Them” by the University of Kent with Belong – the Cohesion and Integration Network. The research is funded by the Nuffield Foundation and explores social cohesion during the Covid-19 crisis. The report presents headline findings on trust and cohesion from comparisons between six local authority areas that have invested in cohesion programmes versus other places in the UK.