Sustainable development and social exclusion

By SDRN on 4th April 2007

Edited by Malcolm Eames and Maria Adebowale

This review highlights how sustainable development research can best include issues of social inclusion. It highlights the role of research in underpinning the Government’s objectives for sustainable development and social inclusion and, in particular, it seeks to ensure that social exclusion and environmental justice issues are properly reflected in the emerging agenda for sustainable development research.

The report also evaluates the early work of SDRN  and includes the proceedings of the Network’s first annual conference in December 2002.

Published: December 2002. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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