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|Title:||Capabilities for Voice, Work and Education: Critical Analysis of Programmes for Disadvantaged Young People in Europe|
Jensen, Niels Rosendal
Kjeldsen, Christian Christrup
|Citation:||Bilfulco L, Egdell V, McQuaid R, Berthet T, Simon V, Monteleone R, Mozzana C, Rosenstein E, Dif-Pradalier M, Bonvin J, Hollywood E, Jensen NR, Kjeldsen CC, Sztandar-Sztanderska K & Zielenska M (2015) Capabilities for Voice, Work and Education: Critical Analysis of Programmes for Disadvantaged Young People in Europe. In: Otto H-U, Atzmüller R, Berthet T, Bifulco L, Bonvin J-M, Chiappero-Martinetti E, Egdell V, Halleröd B, Kjeldsen CC, Kwiek M, Schröer R, Vero J, Zielenska M (ed.). Facing Trajectories from School to Work. Towards a Capability-Friendly Youth Policy in Europe. Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, 20, Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 201-357.|
|Series/Report no.:||Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, 20|
|Abstract:||This chapter introduces the nine case studies, the common question framework used and the different methodologies adopted. The aim of the case studies is to examine the tran of disadvantaged young people from compulsory school to further education, from education/vocational training to the labour market and from being unemployed/sitions outside the labour market into employment. They also look at examples of education and employability programmes that may support young people in these transitions in order help us understand the trajectories from school to work from a capability approach.|
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