Monthly archives: June 2016

  Research of CPB has indicated that youngsters who have a back ground in youth care once they have grown up are more prone to apply for Wajong , welfare support and other care support. This means that local authorities in the Netherlands are likely to offer services and support […]

Youngsters in youth care are more prone to ...

Researcher Jeroen Lavrijsen of KU Leuven (Belgium) has investigated the different educational structures and the consequences of the existing pathways in education. His conclusion is: early selection pathways lead to poorer reading performance of children from the lower social classes, increase the risk of early school dropout, and raise barriers […]

More objections against early selection

DOCUMENTA took part in a round table targeted at guidance practitioners, social workers, technicians of organizations of the third sector and volunteers about the main objectives and innovation of the igma3 project. The aim of the session was to make to know experiences and learning related to the access to […]

Presentation of the igma3 project in the ACCESS ...

 In June the European Commission has presented the New Skills Agenda for Europe. The aim of this agenda is to address the existing skills gap and skills mismatches in Europe and thus contribute to the competitiveness of Europe in the global world economy. The agenda stresses the importance of digital […]

New Skills agenda for Europe is launched

igma3 aims at improving collaboration among different stakeholders for integration of the newly-arrived into the labour market. Folkuniversitetet has analysed collaboration of the stakeholders for labour-market integration of the newly-arrived in 8 Uppsala municipalities in terms of the existing problems and opportunities for better collaboration.  The report is available here […]

Analysis of 8 municipalities in Uppsala county

Monitoring results of the Dutch UWV has indicated that the labour market conditions for the mid qualification level (EQF 4) is very well. Over 94 of every 100 EQF 4 students has an job or has moved on to higher professional education. The health care sector  has the highest number […]

Job perspectives at EQF level 4 are very ...