We all get along: social cohesion in three Auckland suburbs

Author:
Carina Meares, Amanda Gilbertson
Source:
Auckland Council, Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit
Publication date:
2013
The report describes the results of a research project on social cohesion in Auckland that was conducted by social researchers from Auckland Council's Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit with support from Ignite Research. The main objectives of the research were: firstly, to contribute to the understanding of factors that promote social cohesion, particularly in relation to ethnicity and disability; and secondly, to contribute to the understanding of what Auckland Council could do to further promote social cohesion, particularly between different ethnic groups and for disabled people. Auckland Council technical report, TR2013/052.
Last updated: 2012-02-08