Social Inclusion has just released its newest issue: “Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Groups: On the Margins of the Welfare State?” The issue is fully open access: all articles are free for you and others to read, download, and share.
Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Groups: On the Margins of the Welfare State?
Edited by Inger Lise Skog Hansen and Tone Fløtten (Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research, Norway)
Complete issue: cogitatiopress.com/socialinclusion/issue/view/100
Table of Contents:
Sustainable Collaboration to Support Vulnerable Youth: Mental Health Support Teams in Upper Secondary School
Cecilie Anvik and Ragnhild Holmen Waldahl
Between Idealism and Pragmatism: Social Policies and Matthew Effect in Vocational Education and Training for Disadvantaged Youth in Switzerland
The UK Government’s Troubled Families Programme: Delivering Social Justice?
Individual or Structural Inequality? Access and Barriers in Welfare Services for Women Who Sell Sex
Anette Brunovskis and May-Len Skilbrei
Users’ Choice in Providing Services to the Most Vulnerable Homeless People
Inger Lise Skog Hansen
Housing First in Denmark: An Analysis of the Coverage Rate among Homeless People and Types of Shelter Users
Foreign Immigrants in Depopulated Rural Areas: Local Social Services and the Construction of Welcoming Communities
Rosario Sampedro and Luis Camarero