When the Bombs Go Off: Rethinking and Managing Diversity Strategies in Leeds, UK
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'.
||Leeds, UK, Suicide Bombing, Diversity, Cosmopolitanism, Islam, Salafiyya
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.63-68.
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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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