statutory sector

statutory sector

A UK term for the sum of the agencies of central (“Whitehall”) or local government (e.g. local authorities, health authorities), which were created by Parliamentary Acts or laws at local council level.
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Unfortunately, the cost cutting measures is just shifting the support from the statutory sector to the voluntary sector.
Families and communities will be expected to contribute to safeguarding and supporting vulnerable children, young adults and older people, with an aspiration for new social enterprises to develop and supplement the wide range of support currently provided by the voluntary sector, independent sector and statutory sector.
Unfortunately, within the statutory sector, this commitment has not been mirrored by individuals or agencies with the power, through their own allocation of resources.
As a children's social worker I am shocked at Coun McEvoy's comments about the aforementioned agencies with which the statutory sector has excellent working partnerships.
It is not just an adjunct to the statutory sector, but rather it is a reflection of what emerges from communities.
They are poorly funded by the statutory sector but they provide vital support services for families affected by HIV as well as providing education within schools.
So what does the statutory sector of the city have to offer now as an alternative?
The team are currently working closely with Catholic agencies, other voluntary agencies and the statutory sector and their first report will be submitted to the Prime Minister before parliament rises in July.
It is time to hand over the project to the statutory sector.
The prime responsibility lies within the statutory sector, which is failing to deliver a holistic service.
If we can do this then the statutory sector certainly can.
Many have pointed out that men dominated the management and organisation of 19th century charity and Lewis's argument about the British welfare state sees the statutory sector and social administration as a largely male domain over the 20th century (Lewis 1996b).