A progress report on how social justice principles influence service delivery in government and across the private and voluntary sectors.
This progress report looks at how social justice principles influence service delivery at national and local level, in government and across the private and voluntary sectors.
We published our original report on Social justice: transforming lives on 13 March 2012.
We’ve published 2 documents to support this publication:
- Progress on commitments in social justice: transforming lives
- Social justice outcomes framework April 2013
Progress on commitments in social justice: transforming lives
This document explains progress on the commitments made in Social justice: transforming lives which we published on 13 March 2012.
Social justice outcomes framework April 2013
This document explains our progress on finalising the indicators that make up the Social justice outcomes framework that we published on 31 October 2012. It also includes more information about the disadvantages our social justice strategy deals with.
We have published a series of reports showing how we are achieving the outcomes set out in this framework. We will update these reports regularly.
Indicator 7 update – Social justice outcomes framework – July 2013
On 4 July 2013 we published an update of new data on Key Indicator 7: The social investment market.
The infographic helps to illustrate the governments commitment to the social justice principles.
More about social justice
Keep up to date with social justice developments at the Public Service Transformation Network Social Justice site.