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John Baker
Kathleen Lynch
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Judy Walsh

giving everyone a fair chance to succeed and protecting them from discrimination. Prohibitions on harassment, hate speech and the provision of goods and services are advocated for the sake of ensuring that social differences are tolerated by dominant groups. Equality of condition is a much more ambitious objective. It is committed to eliminating, or at least dramatically reducing, inequalities in at least five major dimensions of people’s lives. In the dimension of resources, it does not try to make inequalities of income and wealth fair, but to do away with those

in Defining events
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Democratic conflict and the public university
Ruth Sheldon

to a liberal imaginary. The ‘good campus relations’ agenda has gradually emerged over the last decade as a series of policy reports have focused attention on relations between student groups (Equality Challenge Unit 2005, 2007), complemented by ongoing research studies exploring issues of religious and cultural diversity on campus (Andersson et al. 2012; Gilliat 2000; Weller et al. 2011). As Dinham and Jones (2012) describe, the emergence of this ‘good campus relations’ agenda in higher education has reflected the development of a broader policy discourse of

in Tragic encounters and ordinary ethics