Ten Reasons Why Universality is Important in Public Services

 By Tammy Findlay and Charlotte Kiddell

This fact sheet looks at why a universal model of public services is necessary versus targeted funding approaches to public services such as child care and post-secondary education (PSE). Using an intersectional lens, this fact sheet explores how targeted approaches indirectly and, more often than not, directly engender a range of social/economic ability-based, cultural, geographic and other barriers to equitable access to public services.

Read the report here