Early intervention: good parents, great kids, better citizens. 2nd. ed

Document type
Report
Publisher
Centre for Social Justice
Date of publication
7 May 2009
Subject(s)
Children and Young People, Families
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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The authors call on all parties to unite around the radical new social policy of Early Intervention.They are convinced that it is cheaper and more sensible to tackle problems before they begin, rather than spend ever greater sums on ineffective remedial policies, whether they take the form of more prisons, police, drug rehabilitation or supporting longer and more costly lifetimes on benefits. The philosophy of Early Intervention goes much further than prevention. It is about breaking the intergenerational cycle of underachievement in many of our communities and enabling our communities over time to heal themselves

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