Report

A rapid appraisal case study of South Australia's social inclusion initiative

1 Jun 2007
DOI

http://doi.org/10.4225/50/574E4A0AA89A4
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This case study was undertaken to contribute to the work of the Social Exclusion Knowledge Network (SEKN) of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health (CSDH). The CSDH was established in 2005 by the World Health Organisation to investigate ways in which international, national, regional and local bodies could take action on the social determinants of health. The knowledge networks are one of the main mechanisms by which the CSDH is gathering evidence. This report provides a rapid assessment of the ways in which South Australia’s Social Inclusion Initiative has originated and operated. The report’s layout follows guidelines developed by the SEKN and draws on documentary and interview evidence. The project was conducted between March and June 2007 by researchers at Flinders University of South Australia, in conjunction with senior staff at South Australia’s Social Inclusion Unit, Department of the Premier and Cabinet.

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http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/dspace/
DOI: 
10.4225/50/574E4A0AA89A4
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2007
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