Making inclusion work: reaching disenfranchised groups through work-based learning

Helping marginalised groups into stable, rewarding, productive jobs is a key priority for European governments, and the essays in this collection aim to demonstrate that work-based learning can and should be a significant element of any successful pursuit of this goal. To address skills shortages and reduce unemployment among groups such as young people (particularly those who are not in education, employment or training (NEETs)), disabled people and immigrants, labour markets must become more inclusive, which means providing relevant training alongside support tailored to the specific needs o ... Show more

Authors: Sachrajda, Alice; Burnell, Emma

Published: London, England, Institute for Public Policy Research, 2017

Resource type: Report, paper or authored book

Physical description: 123 p. (report) + [2] p. (summary)

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