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Deprivation and Inequalities

Deprivation and Inequalities

Deprivation is a key factor affecting people’s life chances and the opportunities open to them. It influences their levels of education, ability to access employment, health and wellbeing, and the extent to which they are able to engage with wider society. From an economic perspective, deprivation is frequently associated with income, employment and education. During 2010, the six districts of the county, in partnership with Worcestershire County Council and other bodies, have identified a number of Areas of Highest Need, where activities designed to combat deprivation and the disadvantaged associated with it can be targeted.

 

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This page was last reviewed 17 May 2013 at 17:18.
The page is next due for review 13 November 2014.