How failing to invest in the care system for children will cost us all
08 September 2008
Using Social Return on Investment (SROI) principles, this report reveals how market approaches in residential care are in effect ‘trading’ the futures of our most vulnerable children, by prioritising short-term cost savings.
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The cost of public debt is lower than it's been for pretty much three centuries – not that you'd know it from the media coverage.
Frank van Lerven
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