carnevalemanfredonia.it
» » Working futures?: Disabled people, policy and social inclusion

eBook Working futures?: Disabled people, policy and social inclusion download

by Colin Barnes,Alan Roulstone

eBook Working futures?: Disabled people, policy and social inclusion download ISBN: 1861346271
Author: Colin Barnes,Alan Roulstone
Publisher: Policy Press (November 16, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 368
ePub: 1209 kb
Fb2: 1741 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr lrf txt mobi
Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

Working Futures looks at the current strengths and weaknesses of disability and employment policy in the U.

Working Futures looks at the current strengths and weaknesses of disability and employment policy in the UK. It assesses whether the policy reduces or reinforces barriers to paid employment for disabled people

Working Futures? book.

Working Futures? book. Working futures? looks at the current effectiveness and future scope for. Start by marking Working Futures?: Disabled People, Policy and Social Inclusion as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Working futures? looks at the current effectiveness and future scope for enabling policy in the field of disability and employment.

INTRODUCTION: Working futures: disabled people, employment policy and social inclusion. The study of social policy in the post-war period focused on the activities of nation-states and in particular the development of welfare state institutions. During this time, the range of policy actors: politicians, bureaucrats, pressure groups and voters, all held the belief that domestic intervention could help shape the economic and welfare futures of the population, mitigating any international turbulence that arose. The book is original in bringing together a wide range of policy insights to bear on the question of disabled people's working futures

Working futures? book. The book is original in bringing together a wide range of policy insights to bear on the question of disabled people's working futures. It includes analyses of recent policy initiatives as diverse as the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Draft Disability Bill, the benefits system, New Deal for Disabled People, job retention policy, comparative disability policy, the role of the voluntary sector and 'new policies for a new workplace'.

Professor Colin Barnes is Director of the Centre for Disability Studies at the University of Leeds.

oceedings{F, title {Working futures? : disabled people, policy and social .

oceedings{F, title {Working futures? : disabled people, policy and social inclusion}, author {Alan Roulstone and Colin J Barnes}, year {2005} }. Alan Roulstone, Colin J Barnes

Working futures?: Disabled people, policy and social inclusion. A Roulstone, C Barnes.

Working futures?: Disabled people, policy and social inclusion. Understanding disability policy. A Roulstone, S Prideaux. Disability, dependency and the new deal for disabled people. Disability & Society 15 (3), 427-443, 2000.

In book: Working futures?Disabled people, policy and social inclusion, p. 9-41. This chapter assesses the scale of the challenge in supporting more disabled people into work. Cite this publication. It then seeks to establish an understanding of what disability is, and uses this to consider recent trends in disability and work and how these might have exacerbated the challenge of supporting more disabled people into work

This chapter describes how this book pulls together in a new way the many valuable contributions that are being made to the understanding of the efficacy . Alan Roulstone, Colin Barnes.

This chapter describes how this book pulls together in a new way the many valuable contributions that are being made to the understanding of the efficacy . Published: 16 November 2005. by Bristol University Press. in Working futures?Disabled people, policy and social inclusion. Working futures?Disabled people, policy and social inclusion pp 1-13; doi:10.

Introduction Part One: Work, welfare and social inclusion: challenges, concepts and questions: The challenges of a work-first agenda for disabled people - Alan Roulstone and Colin Barnes The missing million: the challenges of employing more disabled people - Kate Stanley Part Two: The current policy environment New Deal for Disabled People: what's new about New Deal?

Working futures? looks at the current effectiveness and future scope for enabling policy in the field of disability and employment. By addressing the current strengths and weaknesses of disability and employment policy, the book asks Is the dichotomy of 'work for those who can and support for those who cannot' appropriate to the lives of disabled people? Does current and recent policy reduce or reinforce barriers to paid employment? What lessons from other welfare regimes can we draw on to further disabled people's working futures? The book is original in bringing together a wide range of policy insights to bear on the question of disabled people's working futures. It includes analyses of recent policy initiatives as diverse as the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Draft Disability Bill, the benefits system, New Deal for Disabled People, job retention policy, comparative disability policy, the role of the voluntary sector and 'new policies for a new workplace'. Contributions from academics, NGOs, the OECD and the disabled peoples' movement bring multiple theoretical, professional and user perspectives to the debates at the heart of the book.