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Inclusion / Diversity / Poverty / Poverty - Report
Working in an inclusive way with children and families, across agencies and age groups
Across Europe exclusion is not only related to low income but also many other factors that deny access to services and participation.
A report based on a 2010 study visit to Poland. Written as part of the cross-European programme ‘Working for inclusion: the role of the early years workforce in addressing poverty and promoting social inclusion’.
Publication date: 2010
Publisher: Children in Scotland, Edinburgh
Project Information: Working for Inclusion is a cross-European programme to examine how improving the qualifications and skills of those working with our youngest children can help reduce poverty and improve social inclusion. It is funded by the European Community Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (2007-2013) and the Scottish Government.
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