Birmingham: Lozells and east handsworth and Bordesley Green

Simon Güntner (Editor), Louis Henri Seukwa (Editor), Anne Marie Gehrke (Editor), Jill Robinson (Editor)

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Abstract

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".
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLocal Matters
Subtitle of host publication How Neighbourhoods and Services Affect the Social Inclusion and Exclusion of Young People in European Cities
EditorsSimon Güntner, Louis Henri Seukwa, Anne Marie Gehrke, Jill Robinson
PublisherVerlag Peter Lang AG
Pages89-119
ISBN (Electronic)9783631736630, 9783631736623, 9783631736647, 9783631736616
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Publication statusPublished - 23 May 2018

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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