Active Inclusion in a Multi-Level and Multi-Actor Context
Edited by Rune Halvorsen and Bjørn Hvinden
Chapter 10: The perspectives of single mothers, long-term unemployed and working-poor people on provisions for Active Inclusion
The objective of this chapter is to clarify how anti-poverty policy influences the life course of three vulnerable groups across countries in the European Union. For that purpose, we seek answers to the following research questions: 1. How do single mothers, the long-term unemployed and working poor assess old and new types of the anti-poverty policies across five European countries? 2. How do these provisions and services influence the life courses of members of the three groups? 3. How do these provisions influence how members of the three groups evaluate policies for Active Inclusion and their own agency?
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