A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights?: Where next for the UK Post-COVID
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Amy Clair., Amy Clair|AUTHOR., & Jasmine Fledderjohann|AUTHOR. (2021). A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights?: Where next for the UK Post-COVID . Policy Press.

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Amy Clair, Amy Clair|AUTHOR and Jasmine Fledderjohann|AUTHOR. 2021. A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights?: Where Next for the UK Post-COVID. Policy Press.

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Amy Clair, Amy Clair|AUTHOR and Jasmine Fledderjohann|AUTHOR. A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights?: Where Next for the UK Post-COVID Policy Press, 2021.

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Amy Clair, Amy Clair|AUTHOR, and Jasmine Fledderjohann|AUTHOR. A Watershed Moment for Social Policy and Human Rights?: Where Next for the UK Post-COVID Policy Press, 2021.

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