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The role of the Task Force is to coordinate the Government's drive against social exclusion, ensuring that the cross-departmental approach delivers for those most in need. The Task Force champions the needs of the most disadvantaged members of society within Government, ensuring that as with the rest of the public service reform agenda, we put people first

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Community Care Live 2009

Community Care Live: Children and Families Event, 18 November 2009

The Social Exclusion Task Force will be running a workshop and exhibiting at the Community Care Live: Children and Families 2009 conference on 18 November 2009 at the Business Design Centre, London.

Click on the logo for more information on the conference.


New Head of the Social Exclusion Task Force

Naomi Eisenstadt, the director or the Social Exclusion Task Force, will be retiring at the end of September.

Campbell Robb, who currently manages the Office of the Third Sector, will also become responsible for the Social Exclusion Task Force following Naomi Eisenstadt’s retirement, as Director-General of the Office of the Third Sector and Social Exclusion.


Link Up, Link In

Link up Link in Logo A new toolkit supporting public service workers in helping at-risk groups into stable employment and accommodation has been launched by HM Government, as part of the Link Up, Link In campaign. The toolkit provides a range of case studies, guidance and useful facts, showing how organisations across the country are working together to improve the lives of vulnerable people. It forms part of the Government’s commitment to get more people from groups such as people with a learning disability, people with mental health problems, care leavers and offenders under probation supervision, into a stable home and sustainable employment.


Working together to support at risk groups - call for case studies

Working together to deliver public services is vital to improving the lives of the most vulnerable groups in society. Ahead of a major cross-Government campaign aimed at front-line public service workers, the Social Exclusion Task Force is calling for examples of public services that have worked together and improved the lives of the most vulnerable groups in society, focussing on people with a learning disability, people with mental health problems, care leavers and offenders under probation supervision.