Focus on social inequalities
This publication combines data from the 2001 census along with other official sources to present a focus on social inequalities. Contrasting the situations between advantaged and disadvantaged people, along with international comparisons, the report looks at the following key areas, including: education, training and skills; work; income; living standards; health and how disadvantages in one area can effect an individual's ability to participate in society. The report is aimed at policy makers, researchers, students and those interested in social inequality and related themes.
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