The Social Exclusion Task Force (2) describes the principles that should underpin all family support, including 'progressive universalism', where some support is offered to all families with a new baby, and more for those in greater need.
What does SETF stand for?
SETF stands for Social Exclusion Task Force (Cabinet office; UK)
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- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of SETF in our Acronym Attic
- Society for Electronics Test Engineering (India and Germany)
- Systems Engineering/Test & Evaluation
- Secretaria de Educação Profissional E Tecnológica (Portuguese: Translation: Secretariat for Vocational and Technological Education; Brazil)
- Seoul Trade Exhibition and Convention Centre (South Korea)
- Special Extra-Terrestrial Earthling Counter
- Science Engineering and Technology
- South East Texas Economic Development District
- Small Enterprise Telecommunications Centre Ltd
- Se-Tenant (French joined together; philately)
- Southeastern Traffic Enforcement Network (Georgia, USA)
- Software Engineering Task Force
- Southeast Environmental Task Force (Chicago, IL)
- Southeast Toyota Finance (World Omni Financial Corp.)
- Standards in Education Task Force (IEEE)
- Static Earliest Time First
- System Evaluation and Test Facility
- South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association (Australia)
- South East Thames Foundation School (UK)
- Southeast Task Force for Technician Training and Qualification
- Safety and Environmental Technology Group (Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This approach now informs the work of the Social Exclusion Task Force that replaced the SEU in 2006.
The "Think Family" project - an approach developed by the Cabinet Office's Social Exclusion Task Force - aims to ensure that adults' and children's services join up to respond to the needs of whole families.