Homelessness bad housing and insecure housing put people at a high risk of social exclusion not only can bad housing be an underlying cause of poor health education and personal development but it can also result in people being excluded from general service provision or more specialist support services. Pathways into social exclusion are mitigated by housing problems and housing problems and homelessness can act as a significant barrier out of social exclusion government recognises this and has put some policies in place to address this for example the decent homes standards and the bb target however these policies are not sufficient to. In an effort to advance this objective eurohealthnet was engaged in a phase i december 2002 august 2003 project entitled tackling health inequalities and social exclusion a european perspective this project was financed by the dg social affairs action programme to combat social exclusion. The social exclusion unit delineated social exclusion as what can occur when individuals groups or communities experience a combination of concurrent difficulties such as unemployment poor skills low incomes poor housing high crime environments bad health and family breakdown wwwsocialexclusiongovuk likewise discrimination emerges . O the relationship between social exclusion and the housing system and o the connections between social exclusion and housing tenure a considerable part of the literature on housing and social exclusion has particular resonance for australia for example recent research conducted in the uk suggests
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