Learning in and for multi-agency working in preventing social exclusion
Smith, P., Daniels, H., Edwards, A., Apostolov, A., Brown, S., Kinti, I. , Leadbetter, J., Martin, D., Martsin, M., Middleton, D., Parsons, S. G., Popava, A., Warmington, P. and Youngs, S. (2008) Learning in and for multi-agency working in preventing social exclusion. [Report]Full text not available from this repository.
Official URL: http://www.tlrp.org/pub/documents/EdwardsRB48.pdf
Social exclusion is a complex phenomenon which threatens the well-being of individuals and their communities. The Children Act of 2004 called for practitioners from different professional backgrounds to collaborate to prevent social exclusion, working together to look across the different domains of children's lives. The intention was that they would recognise accumulated vulnerability and intervene to disrupt trajectories that lead to social exclusion. Such collaboration requires often-underestimated professional learning and shifts of identity from practitioners, and changes in the organisations that employ them.
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social Sciences > Institute of Education|
|Publisher:||Institute of Education|
|Place of Publication:||London|
|Access rights to Published version:||Open Access|
|Description:||Final report of research conducted as part of the ESRC Teaching, Research and Learning Programme (TLRP) (2004-2007)|
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