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Schiffer, Katrin and Schatz, Eberhard (2008) Marginalisation, social inclusion and health; experiences based on the work of Correlation - European Network Social Inclusion & Health. Amsterdam: Foundation Regenboog AMOC.

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This paper describes the efforts within the European Union to tackle the issue of social inclusion. Based on that, the text focuses on a particular aspect: the relationship between social inclusion and health regarding four main groups at risk for marginalisation: (undocumented) migrants, drug users, sex workers and youth at risk. Based on the experiences and results of the work of Correlation – European Network Social Inclusion & Health - the text describes approaches and methodologies to improve social inclusion and access to health for the target groups mentioned above


Date:2008
Call No:MK10, GA2, VH4
Pages:24 p.
Publisher:Foundation Regenboog AMOC
Place of Publication:Amsterdam
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Accession Number:HRB 4656 (Available)
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Subjects:G Health and disease > State of health
MA-ML Social science, culture and community > Social position > Social equality and inequality
L Social psychology and related concepts > Interpersonal interaction and group dynamics > Social isolation
L Social psychology and related concepts > Inclusion and exclusion
VA Geographic area > Europe

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