"There are striking variations in health across different areas of the UK and what is clear is that not only physical aspects of the area, like pollution, affect health, but also things like the level of trust, tolerance and the level of social cohesion." Sir Michael Marmot
Social cohesion is a state in society in which the vast majority of citizens respect the law, one another's human rights and values, and share a commitment to retain social order.
- Commission on Integration and Cohesion - final report published, Communities and Local Government, June 14
- Community cohesion policy must tackle poverty, Policy Studies Institute, May 29
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