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[IWS] OECD: [DESCRIPTIONS OF] LOCAL INITIATIVES FOR JOBS, INCLUSION AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT [April 2014]

IWS Documented News Service

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

 

[DESCRIPTIONS OF] LOCAL INITIATIVES FOR JOBS, INCLUSION AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

provided for the 10th Annual Meeting of the OECD-LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development, 23rd-25th April 2014, Stockholm, Sweden

In co-operation with Swedish Public Employment Service, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR), Swedish Ministry of Employment and the World Association of Public Employment Services (WAPES)

http://www.oecd.org/cfe/leed/10th_FPLD_Meeting_NETWORKING_SESSION.pdf

[full-text, 28 pages]

 

This document provides basic background information on all projects and initiatives presented in the networking session--12.00 – 13.00, Thursday 24th April 2014

 

PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES

Projects and initiatives  by country

1. Australia: NESA Capacity Strengthening Project

2. Australia: WISE Employment Social Enterprises (Clean Force)

3. Czech Republic: Professional apprenticeships for young jobseekers under 31 years of age

4. Denmark: Career Centre for University Graduates: Targeting Employment in Small and Medium Sized Companies

5. Germany: Alliance for Professionals Bonn/Rhine-Sieg

6. Germany: Job Points

7. Germany: Local Pacts for Economy and Employment Berlin

8. Italy: Agency for Family, Birth and Youth Policies of the Autonomous Province of Trento

9. Sweden: Krami: a cooperation between Prison and Probation Service, Municipalities and the Public Employment Service

10. Sweden: Swedish Public Employment Service’s Internet and Social Media Strategy

11. Sweden: Plug In: Mental Health Support (Skellefteå in the Västerbotten region)

12. Sweden: Plug In: Transnational Exchange, Integrating Theoretical and Practical Study (Oskarshamn region)

13. Sweden: Plug In: Porten (the Gate) (Partille municipality in the Gothenburg Region)

14. Sweden: Plug In: Baltic Sea Region Flagship

15. Sweden: Strategy for Roma inclusion in the Swedish Public Employment Service

16. Sweden: Unga In

17. Sweden: “Young and Disabled” (Unga Funktionshindrade)

18. United Kingdom: Outset Finance - effective Access to Finance for all, from disadvantaged entrepreneurs to high growth businesses

19. United States: National Labor Exchange (NLX) International projects, networks

20. Council of European Municipalities and Regions: Reviving partnership between all Governance levels to tackle youth unemployment

21. EU Wide/URBACT: Economic Strategies and Innovation in Medium sized Cities (ESIMeC)

22. EU Wide/URBACT: URBACT Youth Projects

23. Europe (Microsoft and Junior Achievement): Partnering for Success – Entrepreneurship & Technology

24. European Network (MetropolisNet): MetropolisNet European Metropolis Employment Network EEIG

25. North West Europe: SPIDER (Supporting Public Service Innovation using Design in European Regions)

26. OECD: PISA: Programme for International Student Assessment / PIAAC: Survey of Adult Skills

 

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