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Category Archives: Families
See the updated Integrated Family Support page for details of the new contracts offered.
The national Troubled Families agenda has been widely reported in the media over the past two months following statements from the Prime Minister giving his personal commitment, as well as committing resources, to ‘turn round the lives of Britain’s 120,000 … Continue reading
In 2007, a Unicef report ‘An overview of child well-being in rich countries‘ ranked the UK bottom of a league table for child well-being across 21 industrialised countries. UNICEF UK commissioned Ipsos MORI to explore some of the reasons behind these statistics by … Continue reading
Five documents have been added to the ESF 2011-12 page providing information for those bidding for the ESF contract, the deadline for which is 31 August.
A new page has been added concerning the Department of Work and Pensions European Social Fund to support families with multiple problems who “could benefit from employment focussed support”. Department of Work and Pensions European Social Fund page.