Segregation and social exclusion are at “worrying levels” and are fuelling inequality in some areas of Britain, a report has found.
Women in some communities are denied “even their basic rights as British residents”, the Casey Review said.
Dame Louise Casey accused public bodies of ignoring or condoning divisive or harmful religious practices for fear of being called racist.
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said he would study the findings “closely”.
Dame Louise’s review into the integration of minorities was commissioned by former Prime Minister David Cameron as part of the government’s efforts to tackle extremism. Read More…