The Social Exclusion Unit (SEU) report on Teenage Pregnancy (1999) highlighted that around 50% of 16 and 17-year-old mothers were living independently sometimes housed in poor accommodation at a distance from family and support networks.
What does SEU stand for?
SEU stands for Social Exclusion Unit (UK)
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We have 54 other meanings of SEU in our Acronym Attic
- Service Entrance Unarmored (cable)
- Servo-Electronics Unit
- Shoot 'Em Up (game category)
- Sight Electronics Unit
- Sign Extension Unit
- Significant Energy Use
- Sindicato Español Universitario (Spanish trade union)
- Single Event Upset (of electronic circuit in space by a heavy particle; proton, etc)
- Slightly-Enriched Uranium
- Smallest Executable Unit
- Socio-Ecological Union (Russia)
- Source Entry Utility
- Southeast University (China)
- Southeastern University (various locations)
- Special Education Unit
- Special Enforcement Unit
- Special Examining Unit
- St. Edward's University (Austin, Texas)
- State Employees Union (various locations)
- Structure and Evolution of the Universe (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In England, more emphasis has been placed on getting results in the short term through initiatives like the Social Exclusion Unit and the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund.
The government's Social Exclusion Unit has warned that young adults on Asbos need help to break a "downward cycle of social exclusion" - and Home Office cash has been set aside.
The premier was speaking at a breakfast meeting which coincided with the launch of the Department for Work and Pensions' sixth annual report on poverty, called Opportunity For All, and a report by the Social Exclusion Unit called Breaking The Cycle.
And they aim to emulate the findings of the recent Social Exclusion Unit Report which found offenders in learning were less likely to re-offend.
Statistics from the Government's Social Exclusion Unit show that, by the age of sixteen, one in nine children run away from home for at least one night.
The charity called on the government's Social Exclusion Unit to ``stop ignoring older people''.