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Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources

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Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources. / Bradshaw, J; Bennett, F.

Luxembourg : European Commission, Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, 2006.

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Bradshaw, J & Bennett, F 2006, Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources. European Commission, Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Luxembourg.

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Bradshaw, J., & Bennett, F. (2006). Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources. Luxembourg: European Commission, Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.

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Bradshaw J, Bennett F. Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources. Luxembourg: European Commission, Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, 2006.

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Bradshaw, J ; Bennett, F. / Trends, Recent Developments, Active Inclusion and Minimum Resources. Luxembourg : European Commission, Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, 2006.

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