Proportionate Universalism

Proportionate universalism is the resourcing and delivering of universal services at a scale and intensity proportionate to the degree of need. Services are therefore universally available, not only for the most disadvantaged, and are able to respond to the level of presenting need.

Source:  Michael Marmot “Fair Society, Healthy Lives: The Marmot Review”, 2010

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