Executive warned on poverty

12th May 2000 at 01:00
The Government's social inclusion agenda "will mean nothing if not accompanied by adequate funding and resourcing", Ronnie Smith, general secretary of the Educational Institute of Scotlan, told a conference on poverty organised by the union with Stirling Council and the Poverty Alliance. An estimated one in three children live in households affected by poverty.

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