Brotherhood Comment August 2007

19 August 2007

The rise of the community sector, and using an Intermediate Labour Market as a pathway to mainstream employment.


Other articles include:

  • Sixteen up: school and further education and training plans from the Life Chances Study
  • Increasing participation: lessons from the Personal Support Programme
  • Planned national evaluation of HIPPY (Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters)
  • Stories of significant change in the Communities for Children initiative, Frankston North
  • Human capital: the most rewarding investment
  • Affordable housing: the need for action
  • Rebuilding connections: Brotherhood Community Care’s Socialisation Program

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