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Improving Health Equity for Young People? The Role of Social Enterprise (TRY Build Case Study Report)

This case study report examines the role of TRY Build in producing health equity outcomes for young people and their communities. Forming part of a wider comparative case study project, the research focuses particularly on the organisational context and features of TRY Build that produce these outcomes, with a particular emphasis on whether and how TRY Build fosters the social conditions – referred to as the social determinants of health – through which health equities are realised. The case study involved interviews with key informants, participant observation at TRY Build, and secondary analysis of organisational and media materials.

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  • Young people
  • Health & wellbeing
  • Employment & careers



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