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Monday, 02 February 2009

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John Kimble

That document on the mankind site is fantastic. So many really useful (and really reliable) stats.

Thanks

here it is for anyone who missed it:

http://www.mankind.org.uk/PDFs/Key%20Statistics%20Nov%2008.pdf

Nigel

Yes indeed John. The Dewar research site also has some exellent downloads analysing government statistics

http://www.dewar4research.org/

Nigel

There is actually a further issue here in that one reason that funding is being shifted to statutary services is that many of the voluntary sector agencies don't actually meet women's needs. They all too frequently spend the resources given on campaigning. So councils and government agencies have to provide the actual support services themselves! In effect they pay twice for the same services. This is why many are losing patience and stopping funding or insisting on service provision through tighter contracts.

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