Lord Kamlesh Patel on the Community Engagement Model
Posted on 01-09-2009
 Lord Patel talks about a ‘whole communities’ approach.  He explains his belief in the need to empower communities with information, and why he believes the model works.

Kamlesh Patel

Professor, Lord, OBE

Location: London

Head of International School for Communities, Rights and Inclusion (ISCRI), University of Central Lancashire. Life Peer House of Lords (June 2006: Baron Patel of Bradford). Chairman National Prison Drug Treatment Review Group (the Patel Review). Associate Non-Executive Director / Advisor to the Communities Rights and Inclusion programme (CORIN), Leicestershire Partnerships NHS Trust. UK member of UNICEF's Global Task Force…

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