Social inclusion and place based disadvantage : the Australian context /Publisher: Fitzroy, Vic. unpub. (Brotherhood of St Laurence) 2008Description: 12 p. PDFOther title: Social inclusion and place-based disadvantage workshopSubject(s): Community Development Victoria | Social Policy Evaluation | Urban Policy | Neighbourhood Social Aspects | Community Building | Social Exclusion | Urban Planning | Place Management | Locational Disadvantage | Australian Social Inclusion BoardOnline Resources: Electronic copy
June 2008 Paul Smyth, General Manager Research and Policy Centre Brotherhood of St Laurence (2003-2013)
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Until now Australian policies have tended to focus on developing local social capital or connectedness. To be taken up into the social inclusion framework these place activities have to be integrated with those mainstream social services access to which is understood to be central to social inclusion. However current Labor thinking emphasises that ending place based exclusion is not only a job for social policy. Social and economic inclusion must go together.