institutionalised


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Synonyms for institutionalised

officially placed in or committed to a specialized institution

given the character of an institution or incorporated into a structured and usually well-established system

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Moving people from an institutionalised setting into their own homes means they can have a more individualised care service based on meeting their needs and wishes.
The Metropolitan Police was slammed for institutionalised racism and that seemed a less controversial way of saying some officers were plain racist.
The commission was established last year by the city council to look at the implications of the Macpherson Report, which found institutionalised racism was rife in organisations throughout the UK.
He offered a definition of institutionalised racism as ``the collective failure of an organisation to provide an appropriate and professional service to people because of their colour, culture or ethnic origin''.
A new centre for handicapped children is conceived as a haven of contact, welcome and stimulation, which rejects the ghettoising limitations of traditional institutionalised care.
THE case of murdered waiter Surjit Chhokar was botched because of institutionalised racism and legal blunders, MSPs were told yesterday.
The Commissioner is looking forward to seeing the report in full and its proposed new definition of institutionalised racism in context," a spokeswoman said.
According to The Sunday Telegraph report, which triggered an injunction followed by a turnaround, Sir William's inquiry concludes that London's police service is ridden by a ``pernicious and institutionalised racism''.