This chapter can be seen as a bridge between the broad social policy themes discussed in the first two chapters and the more specific studies of policy implementation that follow later in this volume. Thus the chapter has two objectives. First, it examines social exclusion, which is a major theme, or ‘current’, of the new policy agenda. Second, it speculates about the possible implications of the rise of this new ‘policy current’ for different types of voluntary organisations.
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