Public Commissions on Cultural and Religious Diversity : National Narratives, Multiple Identities and Minorities

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 318 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781472471758
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In several Western countries, expert commissions composed of academics, public figures, politicians and community organisers have been established by governments or civil society to reflect on the changes and challenges of an increasingly plural society. Commission recommendations on how to 'manage' diversities successfully have shaped national narratives and affected law and public policies, yet research on the workings of such commissions remains rare. This book focuses on the experiences of expert commissions in the UK, France, Quebec and Belgium. Furthering the debate on commissions' potential and limitations it draws on the first-hand experiences and introspection of former commission members and close observers, along with outside perspectives and critique from independent scholars. Building on its companion volume (Public Commissions on Cultural and Religious Diversity: Analysis, Reception and Challenges), this book engages with core concepts of identity, nationality, citizenship, freedom, equality and accommodation. It will appeal to researchers and students of public policy, sociology, anthropology, law, religion, politics, history and migration studies, as well as policymakers and anyone with a general interest in current debates on ethnic, cultural and religious diversity.

Table of Contents

List of figures and tables                 xii
Notes on contributors xiii
Foreword xviii
Bhikhu Parekh
Acknowledgements xxi
List of abbreviations xxiii
1 Introduction. A retrospective on 1 (20)
diversity commissions: from set-up and
working methods to impacting policy
Katayoun Alidadi
Marie-Claire Foblets
PART I The importance of Britishness: The 21 (90)
Parekh Commission Report and beyond
2 Pointing to a multicultural future: 23 (24)
Rethinking race, ethnicity, religion and
Britishness
Tariq Modood
3 National identities and the Parekh Report 47 (20)
Varun Uberoi
4 Religion, belief and diversity in 67 (19)
transition: The Commission on Religion and
Belief in British Public Life
Maleiha Malik
5 British multiculturalism: From `Parekh' 86 (25)
to `PREVENT', and beyond
Ralph Grillo
PART II Laicite facing religious diversity: 111 (50)
France's Stasi Commission and its legacy
6 Laicite is a most liberal legal frame: 113 (8)
Reflections on the work of the Stasi
Commission
Patrick Weil
7 Retrospective on the French Stasi 121 (17)
Commission
Jean Bauberot
John R. Bowen
8 Theoretical perspectives on cultural and 138 (23)
religious diversity in two national reports
Karel J. Leyva
PART III Reasonable accommodations revisited: 161 (20)
Quebec's Bouchard-Taylor Commission
9 The Bouchard-Taylor Commission and 163 (12)
beyond: Cultural and religious diversity in
Quebec
Jocelyn Maclure
Sebastien Lacroix
10 Cohesive fear: A comment on Maclure and 175 (6)
Lacroix
Jean-Francois Gaudreault-Desbiens
PART IV Belgium's experiment with 181 (52)
interculturalism: The Round Tables experience
11 The Round Tables on Interculturalism: A 183 (21)
successful experiment in deliberative
democracy?
Marie-Claire Foblets
12 Religious and cultural diversity in 204 (10)
Belgium: Finding the common denominator
Patrick Charlier
Nathalie Denies
13 "Making a difference": Dialogue and 214 (19)
compromise in the Belgian Federal Round
Tables on Interculturalism
Nadia Fadil
PART V Engaging retrospective insights, 233 (78)
forging ways forward
14 Religion in the retreat of 235 (16)
multiculturalism
Christian Joppke
15 Religion, culture and liberal democracy: 251 (15)
The issue of majority cultural precedence
Geoffrey Brahm Levey
16 The European Court of Human Rights: 266 (22)
Fundamental assumptions that have a
chilling effect on the protection of
religious diversity
Eugenia Relano Pastor
17 Charting perspectives, positions and 288 (23)
recommendations in four commission reports:
Reasonable accommodation for religion or
belief as barometer
Katayoun Alidadi
Index 311