Public policies often focus on activation through employment to achieve the social inclusion of those farthest from the labour market. But based on our evidence, we believe in a shift to a more holistic approach where social, health, education, housing and employment services are all considered important. We call this approach Inclusive Activation.
- 2018 Inclusive Activation Seminar
- Toolkit ‘Tools for inclusive activation: Improving the social inclusion of people furthest from the labour market’ which sets out practical advice and examples of best practice for supporting people furthest from the labour market.
- Public Consultation on Long-term Unemployment. A public social services response
- ESN Policy Briefing on integration of long-term unemployed in the labour market
- Active inclusion & social investment: issues for social services
- Realising potential: social services and active inclusion