In the super-diverse city of Birmingham, responsibilities previously transferred to local areas were reduced or re-centralised as following major cuts in national funding to the city council. This has led to a changed terrain of policy and funding schemes, where people draw on very local forms of support to counteract "centralised priorities".
|Title of host publication||Local Matters|
|Subtitle of host publication||How Neighbourhoods and Services Affect the Social Inclusion and Exclusion of Young People in European Cities|
|Editors||Simon Güntner, Louis Henri Seukwa, Anne Marie Gehrke, Jill Robinson|
|Publisher||Verlag Peter Lang AG|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9783631736630, 9783631736623, 9783631736647, 9783631736616|
|Publication status||Published - 23 May 2018|
Güntner, S., Seukwa, L. H., Gehrke, A. M., & Robinson, J. (Eds.) (2018). Birmingham: Lozells and east handsworth and Bordesley Green. In S. Güntner, L. Henri Seukwa, A. M. Gehrke, & J. Robinson (Eds.), Local Matters : How Neighbourhoods and Services Affect the Social Inclusion and Exclusion of Young People in European Cities (pp. 89-119). Verlag Peter Lang AG. https://doi.org/10.3726/b12085