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Combat Poverty Agency. (2000) Planning for a more inclusive society: an initial assessment of the National Anti-Poverty Strategy. Dublin: Combat Poverty Agency.

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The Combat Poverty Agency is a state agency whose mission is to promote a more just and inclusive society by working for the prevention and elimination of poverty. It pursues this through policy advice, project support and innovation, research and public education. One of its key objectives is to ensure that the National Anti-Poverty Strategy (NAPS) makes significant progress in preventing, reducing and eliminating poverty.

The Combat Poverty Agency has the responsibility of overseeing an evaluation of the NAPS process, to include consideration of the views and experiences of the community and voluntary sector. The Agency has been asked to present the results of this evaluation to the government's Inter-Departmental Policy Committee on NAPS. Part 1 of this document briefly overviews recent developments relevant to NAPS and sets out a series of policy recommendations to enhance its further impact


Date
2000
Call No
MK10.4, VH4.2
Pages
122 p.
Publisher
Combat Poverty Agency
Corporate Creators
Combat Poverty Agency
Place of Publication
Dublin
ISBN
1 8 71643 73 2
Keywords
anti-poverty program, government policy, Ireland, poverty, social exclusion
Notes
A report by the Combat Poverty Agency with research by Helen Johnston and Tracey O'Brien. Includes appendices.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 1995 (Available), HRB 2317 (Available)

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