How do local authorities and other service providers deliver welfare and other services to populations that are rapidly changing and increasingly diverse in their needs and backgrounds, especially in a context of central government cuts to local authorities? How can local authorities and their partners in the voluntary and charitable sector make sure that super-diversity does not lead to new or entrenched inequalities in service provision? This briefing is based on research from the welfare, neighbourhood and new geographies of diversity project.
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