Joblessness and ‘toxic relations’ ar policija vaino Tottenham sacelšanās
sākotnēji: The Guardian
publicēts: 5th februāris 2012
A “pilsoņi izmeklēšana” vērā attiecīgās Tottenham nemieriem slēdz tos daļēji izraisīja augsto jauniešu bezdarba un toksisku attiecībām ar vietējo policiju, apgalvojot traucējumi atklāj vajadzīga spēcīga reģenerācijas projekta teritorijā. The north London borough was the first place to suffer riots last summer, when a protest about the police shooting of local man Mark Duggan turned violent.
The trouble which started in Tottenham exactly six months ago quickly spread across London and to other English cities.
The report produced by the Citizens Inquiry into the Tottenham Riots, a grassroots coalition of locals, reveals that many in the community believe their area was “left to burn”.
The study, which involved interviews with 700 cilvēki, will be launched on Tuesday at an event hosted by Reading the Riots, the Guardian and London School of Economics study into the August disturbances.
Vairāk nekā 270 rioters were interviewed in the Reading the Riots study, which found the government had mistaken the role of gangs and social media in the riots. It also found that hostility toward police, particularly over the use of stop and search, was a big factor.
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