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Knud Aarup

Chief Executive Officer

National Board of Social Services

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Knud Aarup Rådgivning


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Socialstyrelsen in Denmark


Chief Executive Officer Social Welfare and Employment

Randers Kommune


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National Board of Social Services CEO Knud Aarup


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Knud Aarup, CEO of the Danish National Board of Social Services in Denmark, underlined that service users have not fully benefited from social care interventions.
Even in a country like Denmark, where public spending on social policies is high, service users experienced disadvantages. "The lack of positive outcomes for people is not just costly, but also unfair to all the individuals who experience inefficient interventions from the public sector," he noted (download presentation). Moreover, limited knowledge on successful social policy interventions, the lack of clear targets and poor leadership on quality single out the need to rethink social policy. The need for a different approach in social policies has become even more pressing with the economic crisis in 2008, with many services being cut in the public sector. "We need to know what we are doing and we need to do the things that work", explained Knud Aarup. Danish municipalities are currently testing evidence-based methods and the Danish National Board of Social Services is investing in the dissemination of the outcomes and supporting their implementation.


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