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By Alan Roulstone, Colin Barnes

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ISBN-10: 1861346271

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Incapacity advantages stay the biggest unmarried type of spending within the British government's social welfare finances. operating Futures seems on the present strengths and weaknesses of incapacity and employment coverage within the united kingdom. It assesses no matter if the coverage reduces or reinforces boundaries to paid employment for disabled humans. Bringing jointly a variety of coverage insights to undergo at the query of disabled peoples operating futures, this booklet contains research of contemporary coverage projects as various because the incapacity Discrimination Act 1995, Draft incapacity invoice, the advantages procedure, New Deal for Disabled humans, activity retention coverage, comparative incapacity coverage, the position of the voluntary quarter, and 'new regulations for a brand new workplace'.

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5 Source: ONS (2003) Prospects for improvement: public policy strategies The third attempt in seven years to tackle disability and work issues was published in 2002 with the Green Paper, Pathways to work (DWP, 2002). It followed the 1998 Green Paper and reforms made by the Conservative government in 1995. The 1998 Green Paper led to a number of changes, including the revision of the ‘All Work Test’ so that the assessment provided information about what people could do, as well as what they could not.

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But there is more to the story. I will now consider whether or not the government’s strategy to support more disabled people into work has itself been up to the challenge. 33 Working futures? 5 Source: ONS (2003) Prospects for improvement: public policy strategies The third attempt in seven years to tackle disability and work issues was published in 2002 with the Green Paper, Pathways to work (DWP, 2002). It followed the 1998 Green Paper and reforms made by the Conservative government in 1995. The 1998 Green Paper led to a number of changes, including the revision of the ‘All Work Test’ so that the assessment provided information about what people could do, as well as what they could not.

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