Policies to combat poverty and social exclusion: Does the south have anything to offer the north?
The death of two young men involved in a high speed police pursuit which sparked four nights of “rioting” in Macquarie Fields in Sydney’s south-west, raises questions about the adequacy of current policies and programs designed to deal with the complex, multi-faceted problems generated in areas of social disadvantage. Critics of social welfare policies in Australia and in other OECD countries argue that more attention needs to be paid to rising levels of inequality and to the structural causes...[Show more]
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