When the Bombs Go Off: Rethinking and Managing Diversity Strategies in Leeds, UK

By Max Farrar.

Published by The Diversity Collection

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The paper describes the responses by the university and the city of Leeds to the presence of suicide bombers and proposes the replacement of 'celebrating diversity' with 'negotiating diversity'.

Keywords: Leeds, UK, Suicide Bombing, Diversity, Cosmopolitanism, Islam, Salafiyya

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.63-68. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 871.813KB).

Dr Max Farrar

Has worked in further and community education, as a law centre adviser, as a publications officer for the Runnymede Trust and as a freelance photographer and writer. Thirty years of living in, participating in its social movements and enquiring into a multi-cultural inner city area eventually resulted in a PhD and a book, as well as published journalism, photography and academic articles. He is still struggling to promote progressive change inside the university and in the wider society.

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