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Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2012 By Anushree Parekh et al.
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Monitoring poverty and social exclusion is a regular, independent assessment of progress in tackling poverty and other forms of disadvantage across the United Kingdom. The report uses official data... More > from a range of sources to look at trends and patterns across different indicators. It includes analysis of low income, unemployment, low pay, homelessness and ill-health.< Less
Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2013 By Tom MacInnes et al.
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This annual report by the New Policy Institute gives a comprehensive picture of poverty in the UK, featuring analysis of low income, unemployment, low pay, homelessness and ill health. It reveals... More > huge variations between areas in unemployment, educational achievement, and life expectancy. The research shows that: • more than half of the 13 million people living in poverty in the UK in 2011/12 were in a working family; • while the labour market has shown signs of revival in the last year, the number of people in low-paid jobs has risen and average incomes have fallen – around five million people are paid below the living wage; • there is substantial movement in and out of work – 4.8 million different people have claimed Jobseeker’s Allowance in the last two years; • the proportion of pensioners in poverty is at its lowest for almost 30 years, but the proportion of working-age adults without children in poverty is the highest on record.< Less
Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2011 By Hannah Aldridge et al.
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The annual report on the state of poverty and social exclusion in the UK, from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the New Policy Institute. Each report, using official government data, is built... More > around a set of 50 indicators. The analysis covers a wide range of issues, ranging from low income, worklessness and debt, to ill-health, poor education and problems in communities. This report presents the legacy that was left to the Coalition Government by its predecessor, and examines the current Government’s priorities for action. While many of the indicators show the ongoing effects of the recession and subsequent low economic growth, the report also looks much further back, analysing longer-term trends. Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2011 is an essential resource for policy-makers and others wanting to take stock of what is happening and understand the challenges ahead.< Less
Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2010 By Anushree Parekh, Tom MacInnes, Peter Kenway
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Annual report on the state of poverty and social exclusion in the United Kingdom from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the New Policy Institute, providing a comprehensive analysis of trends and... More > differences between groups.< Less
Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2010 By Anushree Parekh, Tom MacInnes, Peter Kenway
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Annual report on the state of poverty and social exclusion in the United Kingdom from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the New Policy Institute, providing a comprehensive analysis of trends and... More > differences between groups.< Less
Monitoring poverty and social exclusion in Northern Ireland 2012 By Hannah Aldridge et al.
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This report updates the 2009 report, written as the recession was hitting Northern Ireland especially hard. Northern Ireland had seen a steeper rise in unemployment than any other part of the UK.... More > Since then, there has been long-term improvement in some areas but persistent problems in others.< Less
Indigenous Educational Policies in Yucatán and Swedish Lapland: From Social Exclusion to Integration By Helen Osieja
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The book is a Master’s in Education dissertation on indigenous educational policies. It compares and contrasts Indigenous educational policies in Yucatán, Mexico and in Swedish Lapland... More > and analyses to what degree their aims have been fulfilled in practice.< Less
Chiclayo delincuencia y exclusión social - Percepción, Realidad y análisis By Guery Henry Chirinos Tuesta
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La Delincuencia Urbana ha crecido considerablemente en la Capital de la amistad conozca cómo se percibe este problema y como enfrentarla a partir del análisis de los hechos, el... More > accionar de las autoridades y sus limitaciones.< Less
Social Entrepreneur By Kusha Karvandi, Kris Zelinka
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In turbulent times, our Millenials, Generation-Y, and many others have joined the entrepreneurial renaissance in search of happiness and the coveted "American Dream." What they've... More > discovered is that building wealth & making positive social impact aren't mutually exclusive. Ergo, the demonstrable trend of social entrepreneurship is becoming a major disruptor of most philanthropic industries. Instead of arbitrary donations to piss-poor managed charities, social entrepreneurs are making financial and sweat-equitable investments into socially responsible business -- those that make money, and a difference. If you're like most people, stuck in a boring "job" not doing anything meaning or significant in this world, take our advice: read this book today, quit tomorrow, and capitalize through altruism.< Less
Sens de l'exclusion By Jean-Pierre Abbet
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L'imposture du capitaliste est exposée ici en rapport avec l'exclusion qu'il génère, en remontant par l'origine d'une telle exclusion. L'approche de l'auteur est celle de la... More > politique sociale, mais les explications empruntent à la philosophie et à la psychanalyse. Tenter une telle démarche sous une forme synthétique constitue certes un défi, mais permet sans doute mieux d'ouvrir la discussion que par une somme. Toute contribution à ce débat brûlant est évidemment bienvenue...< Less