Monday, July 21, 2008

Seeds of Exclusion

"The effects of social exclusion are often all too easy to see: family breakdown, poverty, poor health, addictive behaviour and homelessness.

The purpose of The Seeds of Exclusion, the fourth in a series of reports published by The Salvation Army, is to identify how patterns of early-life experience contain the seeds of later problems, and how The Salvation Army and others might tackle them."

TSA has published its latest report looking into issues of social fragmentation - it's called Seeds of Exclusion - you can read and download it here.

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