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Poverty and Social Exclusion in Wales

December 1st 2010

This landmark book is a unique collection of analysis and personal testimony on all aspects of poverty and social exclusion in Wales, covering the latest evidence on poverty amongst children, people of working age and older people as well as aspects of poverty such as education, housing and health. It was published as an integral part of Bevan Foundation activities in 2010 for the European Year of Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion, and is a vital resource for everyone working on poverty and social exclusion issues in Wales today. As well as facts and figures it also provides food for thought about the challenge of eradicating poverty in the years ahead.  Edited by Victoria Winckler, it includes a foreword by Huw Lewis AM and chapters by Peter Kenway, Sean O’Neill, Graeme Francis, Tamsin Stirling, David Egan and many others.

It is also available as a hard copy for just £5 plus postage and packing.

 

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