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Information about the expertise

Written by AP on . Posted in Expertise to support disadvantaged youth in europe

In 2006, Andreas Walther and Axel Pohl were commissioned to write an expertise on the subject “Learning from Europe – European approaches to support disadvantaged youth” by the Federal Institute for Vocational Training.

Cover GPC-ExpertiseThe expertise covers the following themes:

•   „Learning from Europe“: international comparison as a way to develop support measures
•   „Disadvantaged youth“: European approaches to foster social integration of young people
•   Overview of European approaches to support disadvantaged youth
•   European approaches compared: a grid
•   Quality criteria and recommendations on the development of support measures in Germany

The whole text can be downloaded as a PDF file from the website of the “Good-Practice-Center”: PDF Download

Contact: Andreas Walther, Axel Pohl

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1999-2000 Dead end streets…

Written by AP on . Posted in Projects on Transitions before 2000

“Sackgassen – Umleitungen – Überholspuren?” – Risks of exclusion and new perspectives in transitions to work

Transnational Knowledge Transfer Project

I. Objectives

This project aimed at improving the situation of young people in their transitions to work by furthering the dialogue between research, practice and policy-making. For this aim, regional conferences were held in four European partner regions to discuss the outcomes of the TSER-funded research network “Misleading Trajectories”).

In Baden-Württemberg there were the following events held:

  • a regional symposium on 20.10.99 in Hohenwart/Pforzheim
  • a further training seminar for pratitioners in the field of transitions to work

II. Partners

The parters within the four regions were:

  1. LIBRA, Cooperativa Sociale di Intervento e Ricerca, Ravenna, Italy
  2. Hope Street, International Arts, Training and Development, Liverpool, UK
  3. AREA (Asociación Regional y Europea de Análisis), Valencia, Spain
  4. IRIS (Institut für regionale Innovation und Sozialforschung) e.V., Tübingen, Germany

II. Project staff at IRIS

Axel Pohl, Sabine Schneider, Barbara Stauber, Andreas Walther

With support from the European Commission’s programme on “Measures to combat social exclusion”

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