Bringing Britain Together: 1998: Tony Blair....“ We all know the problems of our poorest neighbourhoods - decaying housing, unemployment, street crime and drugs. People who can move out, nightmare neighbours move in, shops, banks and other vital services close.
Over the last two decades the gap between these "worst estates" and the rest of the country has grown. It has left us with a situation that no civilised society should tolerate. It is simply not acceptable that so many children go to school hungry, or not at all, that so many teenagers grow up with no real prospect of a job and that so many pensioners are afraid to go out of their homes. It shames us as a nation, it wastes lives and we all have to pay the costs of dependency and social division. "
Editor's comments - [ This report from the Social Exclusion Unit, is about why things have gone wrong and about how we begin to put things right.” This paper is full of useful facts and figures, listing the worst deprived areas and lends a close insight into key social policy initiatives.
As a result of this command paper the policy action teams were establsihed, Policy Action Team 10 reported on the contribution that Sport and the Arts can make to neighbourhood renewal. PDF’ed by sportdevelopment.org.uk for educational purposes ] Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>
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Reference : SEU (1998) Bringing Britain Together: A National strategy for neighbourhood renewal. cmd paper 4045. London: HMSO.
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