Ethnicity: GoWell in the East End: Key Equalities Issues in the Baseline Survey

Julie Clark, Ade Kearns

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Abstract

In 2012, GoWell East conducted a community survey around the main Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games sites in the East End of the city. This survey was planned as part of a longer-term evaluation of the impacts of the Games for the host community in the East End of Glasgow. This ‘Ethnicity’ report is part of a set of four ‘Equalities’ reports, designed to provide a baseline of differences between various equalities groups prior to the Games, in relation to the Scottish Government’s four legacy themes: Active; Flourishing; Connected; and Sustainable. Three other reports examine equality issues relating to gender, longstanding illness and disability and household type.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGoWell/ Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Number of pages46
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2016
Externally publishedYes

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Keywords

  • Glasgow
  • Regeneration
  • Wellbeing
  • Health
  • ethnicity
  • mega sports events
  • legacy

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Clark, J., & Kearns, A. (2016). Ethnicity: GoWell in the East End: Key Equalities Issues in the Baseline Survey . GoWell/ Glasgow Centre for Population Health.
Clark, Julie ; Kearns, Ade. / Ethnicity : GoWell in the East End: Key Equalities Issues in the Baseline Survey . GoWell/ Glasgow Centre for Population Health, 2016. 46 p.
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