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King's London Collective

Rights, opportunities and justice

London has long drawn people from across the UK and around the world. It is a centre of wealth and a place for the creation of wealth, and so it is perceived as a city of opportunity. While this may be true, not everyone can access and benefit from these opportunities. Understanding the complex social and structural issues that may create barriers to access can support our leaders to ensure that London is fair, protecting the rights of minorities and ensuring a just and equal society.

King’s has long researched these issues and developed world-class teaching that shapes social and political policy to address poverty, exclusion and inequality across race, social class, ethnicity, religion and many other groups who face discrimination. Our academics teach the social and political leaders of tomorrow and their research informs and drives policy change today, creating a lasting impact for society.

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