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- Conceptualising social inclusion in estate regeneration policy: what part does public housing play?
- Arthurson, Kathy
- The notion of social exclusion entered the debates around the future of Australian public housing debates. If regeneration activity and allied social policy started from the basic premise of recognising public housing as an important tool in promoting social inclusion, instead of seeing it just as a problem to be fixed then different policies would be adopted.
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- Journal article
- Just Policy, No. 34 (Dec. 2004), p. 3-13
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- Australia; BBCP; Blair government; British Third Way; Building Better Cities Program; Commonwealth State Housing Agreement; CSHA; Disadvantaged groups; Housing; Intergovernmental relations; Social classes; Social exclusion; Social Exclusion Unit; Social marginality; Social policy; Social welfare policy
- Victorian Council of Social Service
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- Copyright © 2004 (Please consult author). Article reproduced here with the kind permission of the publisher.
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