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A Shared Future: A report of the Greater Manchester Preventing Hateful Extremism and Promoting Social Cohesion Commission

Preventing Hateful Extremism and Promoting Social Cohesion Commission
Bury Council


In September 2017, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, set up an independent commission to consider how to tackle hateful extremism, social exclusion and radicalisation.

The Commission was chaired by Cllr Rishi Shori, leader of Bury Council, and GMCA's lead member for young people and social cohesion.

The Commission’s primary areas of focus were:

  1. To consider how Prevent operates in Greater Manchester
  2. To look at the broader determinants of social exclusion and how we can work collectively to address them
  3. To investigate the merits of producing a Greater Manchester Charter – establishing shared values and commitments that will be the foundations upon which the Greater Manchester Strategy work is built (not just principles which are called into action when something goes wrong)
  4. To develop a distinctive community-led Greater Manchester approach to challenging hateful radicalisation of all kinds and from wherever it comes.

The Commission met for the first time in October 2017, and reported back their findings to the Mayor in July 2018, which were then compiled and published in this report.


Europe - United Kingdom

Year Language

2018 English

Category Type

Grey Literature Report


Measures, Research, Social, Violence

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