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SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL EXCLUSION This essay is written in order to evaluate and assess the ideology surrounding the term Social Exclusion The aim is to summarise strategies that have been introduced by the government in order to effectively combat Social Exclusion Firstly this essay will discuss the meaning of Social Exclusion Social Exclusion is a term used for people or areas which have in common a numerous amount of social problems such as unemployment poverty poor housing bad health low incomes etc Statistics from the New Policy Institute 199899 indicates the type of people whom would be deemed Socially excluded they are as follows homeless lone parents disabilitylearning difficulties mentally ill elderly refugees etc People are excluded from fully taking part in society by the pricing and policies of suppliers the people who cannot get a credit card or a bank account due to poor credit rating or people who cannot insure their house due to the area they live in In the past Tory and Labour governments alike have tried and failed to deal with the above problems However the New Labour government in December 1997 set up what is known as a Social Exclusion Unit the aim originally was to tackle the complicated links between the above social problems and try to prevent them from arising in the first place However it is fair to say that people are excluded not just because they are currently without a job or income but also because they have very few prospects for the future Economists may say that unemployment comes from social exclusion but by having a job does that automatically mean that one is socially included statistics prove that one must have a job that is acceptably paid and one that holds prospects for the future According to further statistics having a low a paid job is not the
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