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Manchester, Greater Manchester, UK

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Greater Manchester is facing an alarming rate of long-term poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, unemployment, health, income & economic inequality. Greater Manchester councils have high levels of rough sleepers and unemployed people. Vulnerable groups in the current crisis, facing long-term unemployment are also confronted, with low skills, vulnerability, a lack of work experience, low motivation. Such barriers are important, and need to be addressed; however, there are other, long-term barriers which should not be overlooked These include: low aspirations, weak financial resources (and its consequences), isolation and pockets of deprivation, absence of positive social networks, lack of accommodation, poor access to services, including transport, as well as health issues. The project will build on this research, to focus on how to address and tackle these social problems and the multiple barriers faced by the most disadvantaged people of Greater Manchester which create long-term unemployment, in order to both maximise the returns from current expenditure and save future resources.

Greater Manchester is facing poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, lack of economic opportunity and unemployment, health, income and economic inequality, The alarming rate of the crisis of poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, lack of economic opportunity and unemployment, health, income and economic inequality is a social crisis in Greater Manchester. Please help me succeed with my plan of creating a new E-Commerce Social Entrepreneur Online Store to end poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, lack of economic opportunity and unemployment, health, income and economic inequality. The plan will present the practical solutions needed to end poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, lack of economic opportunity and unemployment, health, income and economic inequality in Britain. We know that together with your support we will end poverty, disadvantage, social exclusion, homelessness, lack of economic opportunity and unemployment, health, income and economic inequality Jobs and affordable housing has become increasingly scarce and beyond the reach of many people living in poverty because they are forced to contribute increasingly larger proportions of their income towards housing. Moreover, once they are homeless and unemployed they find it increasingly difficult to get themselves back into affordable housing. First, is the loss of housing units and the failure of government and private contractors to build new low-cost homes. Second is community opposition to low-income housing. Third is ( government's withdrawal from housing production..

According to Employment & labour market – Office for National Statistics the homeless & unemployment situation February 2018 the homeless & unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.1percent, the UK Employment & labour market – Office for National Statistics reported today. In February, the unemployment rate was 4.1 percent for the fifth consecutive month, and the number of homeless & unemployed persons was essentially unchanged at 6.7 million. Among the major worker groups, the unemployment rate for Blacks increased to 6.9 percent in February, while the jobless rates for adult men (3.7 percent), adult women (3.8 percent), teenagers (14.4 percent), Whites (3.7 percent), Asians (2.9 percent), and homeless (4.9 percent) showed little change. The number of long-term unemployed (those jobless for 27 weeks or more) was essentially unchanged at 2.4 million in February and accounted for 20.7 percent of the unemployed. Over the year, the number of long-term unemployed increased by 369,000.

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      Manchester, Greater Manchester, UK

      J M M Health & Social Foundation the E-Commerce Social Entrepreneur Online Storeis a United Kingdom based local, national, regional and international online shopping website that is solving real social problems with real solutions that will provide digital skills and allow the mo

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