Office of the Deputy Prime Minister - Creating sustainable communities Social Exclusion Unit

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Current projects
An older person

A Sure Start to later life

NEW REPORT PUBLISHED 26 JANUARY. This project aims to improve the well being and quality of life of excluded older people.

Disadvantaged people who move frequently

The unit is currently working to improve service delivery for disadvantaged people who frequently change where they live.

Parents and children at a school
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Young adults (16-25) with complex needs

NEW REPORT PUBLISHED 24 NOVEMBER. This programme looks at the causes behind some young adults' troubled lives to see how services can be improved.

Inclusion through innovation

NEW REPORT PUBLISHED 1 NOVEMBER. This project explores how Information Communication Technologies (ICT) can promote equality of opportunity.

A young person learning to use a computer
Improving services for disadvantaged adults

Improving services for disadvantaged adults

This project aims to make mainstream public services more effective for disadvantaged adults. New report published 12 October.

Inclusion

Inclusion newsletter

A voice for the community

For almost 25 years Lorraine Cavanagh has worked tirelessly for her community in Londons East End, inspiring all those who


Issue 13 I Autumn 2005
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A picture of a run down house linking to a guide to what social exclusion is

What is social exclusion?

A brief guide to the issue.