This report explores the diverse yet divided nature of the UK’s capital city, London. It demonstrates that despite Londoners being very fond of the variety of backgrounds and cultures that the city has within it, contact between people from different backgrounds is not as frequent as one might expect. The report goes on to show why meeting and mixing across social divides is good for health, wellbeing and reducing prejudice, and sets out a number of solutions for making our capital a truly integrated one.
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Nicholas Plumb, Hannah Milinship Hayes and Richard Bell