This collection analyses some of the factors that contribute to racism and exclusion in Britain and Germany such as citizenship laws, racial violence, discrimination in education and employment, anti-semitism and the rise of the far right. Strategies to combat racism, racist violence and discrimination in Britain are described and analysed and proposals for anti-discrimination legislation in Germany are considered.
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RAINER BAUBÖCK is a Political Scientist and Senior Researcher at the Austrian Academy of Science and Research Unit on Institutional Change and European Integration. He teaches at the Universities of Vienna and Innesbruck. WERNER BERGMANN is a Sociologist and Professor at the Center for Research on Anti-semitism, Technical University of Berlin MARY COUSSEY is a Senior Research Associate of the Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge, specialising in equality and diversity MALCOLM CROSS is the Director of the Centre for European Migration and Ethnic Studies (CEMES) and editor of the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS) FRANZ HAMBURGER is Professor of Education at the University of Mainz. His co-authors, Irin Bohn and Kerstin Rock, are Social Scientists. WOLFGANG KÜHNEL is Professor of Sociology at the University of Applied Sciences for Administration and Law MARTIN MACEWEN is Vice-Principal of the Edinburgh College of Art, Heriot Watt University COLIN MUNRO is Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Edinburgh RAINER NICKEL is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Public Law of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University and partner of the law firm Stark & Partners in Frankfurt DIETER OBERNDÖRFER is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the Albrecht Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, and Director of the Arnold Bergstraesser Institute for Cultural Research MARSHA PRESCOD is a qualified Solicitor who has worked in la centres, local government and the private sectorReview:
'This edited collection is a welcome contribution to the literature on antiracist policymaking...[A] good collection that is worth owning, especially if you are interested in issues of racism in Britain, Germany or in a comparative context.' - Erik Bleich, e-Extreme (electronic newsletter of European Consortium for Political Research)
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