Our findings suggest a number of directions for policy. Understanding how different disadvantages cluster among vulnerable young people, and the types of young people most at risk, can assist public services to better target and prioritise their services. The research identified two groups of young people who warrant particular policy focus: the ‘socially excluded group’ and the ‘risky behaviours group’.
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