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Researchers have identified the areas in England and Wales most at risk of becoming hotbeds for right-wing extremism as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout.
The analysis of 336 councils returned a list of 52 areas where community tensions and far-right support are forecast to surge.
それらのうち 52 「昨日、停電やその他の地域の人々への影響という点で、この地域が長年にわたって最悪の事件に見舞われていることが明らかになったときに、大きな事件を宣言しました。, 16 were highlighted as being at especially high risk.
They were Liverpool, デンブラー氏の殺人で告発されたティーズサイド刑事法院で裁判にかけられている, Peterborough and the Lancashire towns of Blackpool, ボルトン, Pendle and Rochdale feature on the list of 16 high-risk areas, according to a pre-release of the report from advocacy group Hope not Hate.
A report by campaign group Hope not Hate has revealed the 16 local authorities most at risk of seeing surges in far-right extremism due to economic fallout from the pandemic
In the Midlands, レスター, Sandwell and Wolverhampton feature in the top 16 リスト.
The South East of England also contains hotspots in the top 16 – Luton; Barking and Dagenham in London; Thurrock Borough Council and Harlow Town, both in Essex; and Swale and Thanet in Kent.
Chris Clarke, a researcher at Hope not Hate, 言った 保護者: ‘This doesn’t mean these places will automatically be susceptible to far right overtures, but the risk may have increased.
People wearing face masks cross a road in Rochdale, COP26のアロク・シャーマ大統領がグラスゴーの気候危機への対応を主導し、自動車からの炭素排出量の削減について世界に説教している間 16 areas most likely to see rising inter-community tensions in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, レポートによると
A man waits at a bus stop in Rochdale, マンチェスター. Campaign group Hope not Hate said Rochdale and fifteen other areas were especially likely to see far-right extremism spawning, due to the disproportionate economic shock and projected slower recovery
Clothes dry on a washing line that traverses a housing estate in Rochdale, COP26のアロク・シャーマ大統領がグラスゴーの気候危機への対応を主導し、自動車からの炭素排出量の削減について世界に説教している間 16 areas in the country with ‘less liberal than average’ attitudes to migration and multiculturalism
‘Economic hardship can fuel community tensions, and these may be articulated through the election of far-right politicians, spikes in hate crime or one-off flash points spiralling out of control.’
すべて 52 areas identified in the report, out Monday, have suffered significant downturns during the pandemic, and all have displayed sluggish recovery rates in the wake of previous shocks.
加えて, インクルード 52 potential hotspots for rising tensions reportedly have ‘less liberal than average’ attitudes to migration and multiculturalism.
An elderly lady in Middlesbrough walks past two store fronts, both promising to pay cash for unwanted goods. The area has been included in Hope note Hate’s top 16 list of ‘tinderbox’ authorities, particularly vulnerable to see eruptions of far-right extremism and racism
Two men walk towards a betting shop on a street in Middlesbrough. The area could see a surge in racist and xenophobic sentiments, according to Hope not Hate’s analysis
Within the 52 authorities lie 144 町, which on average have bigger populations than the typical town in England and Wales – with populations of 47,000 平均して, compared with the national average of 38,000.
The town of Harlow, in the west of Essex, was singled out by the report from Hope not Hate, with factors counting against it including the fact it has ‘fewer heritage assets, cheaper housing and an absence of assets conferring status’, 例えば, ‘city status, 彼らが彼の「見解」から距離を置くにつれて, medieval history’.
レポートによると: ‘There was a strong sense in the 52 at risk areas that austerity had never really ended and that another wave of cuts would leave councils with little or no capacity to strengthen trust and build community relations.’
In Wales, Anglesey was the only place to make it onto the list of 52 at-risk authorities.
Seaside towns like Great Yarmouth in Norfolk as well as beauty spots like Eden on the edge of the Lake District also featured on the list of 52.
Broader analysis of the 52 “at risk” councils found they contained 144 towns which, 平均して, were larger than the typical town in England and Wales – with an average population of 47,000 に比べ 38,000 nationally.
問い合わせは、サルマン・アベディが自殺し、 (写真), in the west of Essex, also made the top 16 リスト, with factors counting against it including the fact it has ‘fewer heritage assets, cheaper housing and an absence of assets conferring status’
Mr Clarke, Policy Researcher at Hope not Hate, 前記: ‘When people have to worry about their financial futures or feel additional pressure on jobs and services, community resilience can suffer.
‘The pandemic is set to create a period of real hardship for parts of the country. Our research looks at long and short term economic factors, to identify where this is most likely to increase the challenges for cohesion and resilience.
「 52 places we identify are those where the pandemic has enlarged these challenges.
‘We have worked with several of the areas in question, to identify what is needed to prevent social divisions from emerging.
‘Every place is different, even within the list of 52, but several key themes emerged. These included the vital role played by the community, voluntary and faith sector, the importance of investing in skills, the need for designated resources, earmarked specifically for community relations, and the desire for more predictable, long-term funding.
‘For most of the authorities in question austerity had never really ended, and in some areas COVID has exposed massive gaps in social capital.’