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Citizenship - the missing key to public policy

Public Policy is dominated by meritocratic assumptions that undermine the possibility of promoting citizenship for all. Simon Duffy sets out an alternative perspective - drawing on the development of personalisation within the UK - at the Catholic University of Porto in May 2011.


The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.

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Citizenship - the missing key to public policy

Citizenship - the missing key

Dr Simon Duffy presented these slides at the Annual Conference for the Masters in Public Administration at the Catholic University of Porto in May 2011.

Citizenship - the missing key to public policy and welfare reform

Citizenship - the missing key

Presentation for the Masters in Public Administration Annual Conference on the value of citizenship in public policy and welfare reform.

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