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Intersections of Pluralism and Social Cohesion

Jane Jenson (2019)

Key facts

Type of publication
Policy paper
Elements of social cohesion
Identity/feeling of belonging
Participation
Equality/Inequality
Solidarity
Cooperation
Tolerance
Connectedness
Geographical focus
Europe and Central Asia
East Asia and Pacific
Sub-Saharan Africa
Main thematic areas
Conflict & peacebuilding
Social protection
Development cooperation

Summary

Intersections of Pluralism and Social Cohesion is part of a publication series from the Global Centre for Pluralism titled Intersections:Practicing Pluralism. Designed for practitioners, each paper maps an established field of practice or perspective on diversity, examining its conceptual foundations and applications to identify potential intersections with pluralism. By helping practitioners apply a pluralism lens to their work and by showing how many fields of practice already contribute to pluralism, the aim is to open a new global conversation about living peacefully with diversity.

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