Social inclusion for young people: breaking down the barriers

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Social exclusion, the polarisation of the types of chances life offers to different groups of young people, is increasing. It is spatially concentrated in some regions and neighbourhoods and is arguably linked to social class. Race and gender can also contribute to this phenomenon, as can other inequalities such as disability. Social inclusion is therefore one of the central goals of European policies towards young people, especially in relation to employment, lifelong learning and vocational guidance. This book presents key findings from a research seminar organised by the European...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Policy; Disadvantaged; Equity; Culture and society; Disability; Demographics; Participation; Outcomes

Keywords: Youth at risk; Youth transitions; Social exclusion; Social inclusion; Minority group; Barrier

Geographic subjects: Europe

Published: Strasbourg, France: Council of Europe Publishing, 2007

Physical description: 209 p.

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http://youth-partnership-eu.coe.int/youth-partnership/documents/EKCYP/Youth_Policy/docs/Cohesion/Research/2007_Social_inclusion_young_people.pdf

ISBN: 9789287161000

Statement of responsibility: Edited by Helen Colley, Philipp Boetzelen, Bryony Hoskins and Teodora Parveva.

Resource type: Book

Call number: TD/TNC 111.361

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