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Items Authored/Edited by Shukra, Kalbir

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Shukra, Kalbir. 2012. Participation and Activism: Young People Shaping Their Worlds. Youth and Policy, 108, pp. 36-54. ISSN 0262-9798 [Article]

Back, Les; Keith, Michael; Khan, Azra; Shukra, Kalbir and Solomos, J.. 2009. Islam and the New Political Landscape: Faith Communities, Political Participation and Social Change. Theory, Culture and Society, 26(4), pp. 1-24. ISSN 1460-3616 [Article]

Mayo, Marjorie C.; Blake, Geraldine; Diamond, John; Foot, Jane; Gidley, Ben; Shukra, Kalbir and Yarnit, Martin. 2009. Community Empowerment and Community Cohesion: parallel agendas for community building in England? Journal of Social Intervention, 18(1), pp. 23-43. ISSN 1876-8830 [Article]

Shukra, Kalbir. 2008. From anti-oppressive practice to community cohesion. Youth and Policy, 100, pp. 231-239. [Article]

Shukra, Kalbir. 2007. The changing terrain of multi-culture: from anti-oppressive practice to community cohesion. Concept: The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory, 17(3), pp. 3-7. ISSN 1359 1983 [Article]

Shukra, Kalbir; Back, Les; Keith, Michael; Khan, Azra and Solomos, J.. 2004. Race, Social Cohesion and the Changing Politics of Citizenship. London Review of Education, 2(3), pp. 187-195. ISSN 14748460 [Article]

Back, Les; Keith, Michael; Khan, Azra; Shukra, Kalbir and Solomos, J.. 2002. New Labour's White Heart: Politics, Multiculturalism and the Return of Assimilation. The Political Quarterly, 73(4), pp. 445-454. ISSN 00323179 [Article]

Shukra, Kalbir; Back, Les; Khan, Azra; Keith, Michael and Solomos, John. 2002. ‘The Return of Assimilationism: Race, Multiculturalism and New Labour’. Sociological Research Online, 7(2), [Article]

Shukra, Kalbir. 1996. A Scramble for the British Pie. Patterns of Prejudice, 30(1), pp. 28-36. ISSN 0031-322X [Article]


Shukra, Kalbir. 1998. The changing pattern of Black politics in Britain. London: Pluto Press. ISBN 978-0745314600 [Book]

Book Section

Shukra, Kalbir. 2010. Anti-racism to community cohesion. In: Janet Batsleer and Bernard Davies, eds. What is Youth Work? Exeter: Learning Matters, pp. 129-139. ISBN 9781844454662 [Book Section]

Shukra, Kalbir. 1998. New Labour Debates and Dilemmas. In: , ed. Race and British Electoral Politics. London: UCL Press, pp. 117-144. ISBN 978-1-85728-830-8 [Book Section]

Shukra, Kalbir. 1997. ‘From Black Power to Black Perspectives: the reconstruction of a black political identity’. In: Ba-Nikongo Nikongo , ed. Leading Issues in African-American Studies. Carolina Academic , pp. 587-602. ISBN 978-0890896693 [Book Section]

Shukra, Kalbir. 1990. Black Sections in the Labour Party. In: Harry Goulbourne, ed. Black Politics in Britain. Avebury, pp. 165-189. ISBN 978-0566071485 [Book Section]

Conference or Workshop Item

Shukra, Kalbir. 2010. 'New approaches to community and workplace solidarity'. In: Help and Representation at Work - launch of research report. Trade Union Congress, Congress House, London, United Kingdom September 2010. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Shukra, Kalbir. 2010. 'Community cohesion: challenges to anti-oppressive approaches in Community and Youth Work'. In: Positive Action and Community Cohesion in the UK . Art Workers Guild, Bloomsbury, United Kingdom July 2010. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Shukra, Kalbir. 2009. 'In defence of youth work in London and the South East'. In: In Defence of Youth Work. Goldsmiths 19 May 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Shukra, Kalbir; Ball, Malcolm and Brown, Katy. 2009. 'Demystifying youth participation'. In: History of Youth and Community Work Study Conference. Durham 6-8 March, 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]


Mayo, Marjorie C.; Shukra, Kalbir; Gidley, Ben; Blake, Geraldine; Foot, Jane; Yarnit, Martin and Diamond, John. 2008. Community Engagement and Community Cohesion. Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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