Supporting foreign nationals in UK prisons, community cohesion and regeneration: the links

11th September 2008.

Cohesive communities, where people feel safe, have a sense of belonging, value diversity, and have a wide range of life choices and opportunities, are essential to the development of truly sustainable communities and as such to regeneration. However, segregation and a lack of cohesion can act as barriers to this. In this Local Work: Findings we will look at how the issue of foreign national in UK prisons relates to the processes of regeneration and neighbourhood renewal.