Mark Fisher Social Justice Director DWP at Welfare to Work 2012 discusses the Governments Social Justice strategy
How can we address the needs of those with multiple disadvantaged to help turn these peoples lives around
The Government Social Justice strategy has 5 themes: prevention, partnership, multi agency, innovation, locality and local leadership.
FE News chats with Mark Fisher, social justice director at DWP, during the Welfare to Work 2012 conference to discuss the government's social justice strategy.

Mark highlights key strategy details, particularly how it addresses the needs of those with multiple disadvantages.

The Government Social Justice strategy has 5 themes: prevention, partnership, multi agency, innovation, locality and local leadership.

Check out the video to hear what Mark has to say about social justice:


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