Superdiversity affects all areas of law and public policy including:
- Immigration law and policy;
- The compulsory school system, faith in schools and export education;
- Language policy;
- The health system, including the recognition of the health needs of minorities, cultural and religious attitudes towards best medical practice, and cultural competence in patient care and staff relations;
- The criminal justice system, including the relevance of racial, religious and cultural considerations at trial and sentencing, and the needs of a diverse prison population;
- Family and child law and policy, including issues around marriage, adoption, burial practices and female genital mutilation;
- Animal rights law.
The Superdiversity Centre can assist and advise you on any analysis of public policy.