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Combatting the Social Exclusion of At-Risk Groups

Research Paper by Meyer Burstein

This paper deals with the concept of social exclusion as it is linked to poverty in Canada. The author, Meyer Burstein, identifies the situations of 'at-risk' groups and explains why their plight may be more difficult to escape than others living in poverty. Burstein also considers innovative methods that have been used to help socially excluded groups abroad and considers factors that must be included in assisting the socially excluded.

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Policy Publication Details

Author(s): Meyer Burstein;
Publisher: Policy Research Initiative [ Visit Website ]
Year Published: 2005; Publisher Type: Government Agency
Publicly Available: Yes Research Focus: National;
Registration Required: No Language: English French
Payment Required: No Publication Format: Adobe PDF

Subjects / Categories:

Policy Articles / Children & Family / Poverty
Policy Articles / Children & Family / Poverty / 2005
Policy Articles / Children & Family
Policy Articles / Welfare & Social Issues
Policy Articles / Welfare & Social Issues / Poverty
Policy Articles / Welfare & Social Issues / Poverty / 2005


Keywords / Tags:

Poverty; Canada; social exclusion; poverty reduction; Children; persons with disabilities; recent immigrants; off-reserve aboriginals; single-parents; European solutions to poverty; poverty reduction in Canada.;