We discuss the implications of these findings for policy, for the future study of intergenerational inequality, and for the main theories that have hitherto guided mobility research.
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Social Mobility in Europe Edited by Richard Breen Based on large data set from 11 European countries over 30 years Contradicts wide-held beliefs, such as there being a basic similarity in social fludity in all industrial societies First study of social mobility to introduce a temporal dimension. Unequal Worlds Vidhu Verma. Barnett and Timothy G.
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In most Member States, attention to deficits in opportunities is related to awareness of disadvantage and discrimination associated particularly with gender, disability and ethnicity. The report also shows how wide-ranging the drivers of debate on social mobility are between Member States:.
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With encouragement from EU legislation and initiatives on discrimination and equal opportunities, all Member States have strengthened policies to improve the life chances of disadvantaged groups, often through developing national strategies for social inclusion for example, Bulgaria and Ireland. Although no particular reference is made to equality bodies, this report acknowledges that it involves establishing central government agencies, or advisory bodies, whilst NGOs appear to have a key role in driving the policy debate in a number of Member States.
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