Social Exclusion

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|BA (Hons) Child and Youth Studies Submission Frontsheet | |Student College and College Number |Moray UHI | | |12003809 | |Module |Social Policy | |Assessment Details |Formative Assessment 1 | |Personal Academic Tutor |Lindsay Todd | |Word Count |1008 | |Confirmed document submitted in rtf or word format |Word format | |Date Assessment Due |11th November 2012 | |Date Assessment Submitted |9th November 2012 | |Date Assessment Received | | |Weighting of Assessment | |

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Social exclusion creates misery and costs lives (WHO 1998)

In the mid-1990s, the UK was distinguished from its EU competitors by high levels of social exclusion it topped the European league for children growing up in workless households, for teenage pregnancy rates and for drug use among young people (SE Unit, G Britain - 2001). The Social Exclusion Unit (SEU) was established in December 1997. Based in the Cabinet Office, the unit was tasked with providing, “joined up solutions for joined up problems.” they define social exclusion as a situation of disadvantage derived from a combination of adverse factors such as unemployment, discrimination; poor...
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