More effort must go into building synergies between emergent local efforts and the government response.
A new study in Glasgow suggests latent anti-Pakistani sentiment may affect the house-moving decisions of white British homeowners.
Inequality is one of the major issues of the modern age – but understanding where it happens is harder than you think.
Targeted health campaigns can actually leave local people with a greater sense of shame – without helping them kick unhealthy habits.
Parks should service a variety of needs, not just cater to one group of people.
Author and social researcher Hugh Mackay says fragmentation was among the key themes of 2017 – but he has some concrete suggestions on how we can do better in 2018.
Living near lots of fast-food outlets doesn’t automatically encourage weight gain in your neighbourhood, but coupled with a lack of exercise facilities, it just might.
Low-density suburbs can cause social isolation that’s harmful for individual and community well-being. But research confirms we can plan neighbourhood centres so they become vibrant social hubs.
The secret of creating attractive, liveable places sounds deceptively simple: connect people to places, people to transport and people to people.
For the first time in Australia, more higher-density housing than detached housing was being built last year. Compact cities have pros and cons, but the downsides fall more heavily on the poor.
Local neighbourhoods where Asians and Muslims form a majority are almost entirely concentrated in Australia’s two major cities – Sydney and Melbourne.
Mixed neighbourhoods won’t necessarily make people friendlier.
Modern life is stressful – here’s how to make your local neighbourhood a haven.
Many families move over the course of their children’s lifetimes for a multitude of reasons. But what is the impact on the education of children when their families move?