The Inno4Impact team conducted a comparative research and assessment of current needs in youth work.
The report presents and analyses good practices, key findings and results of two focus group discussions in each partnering country on the needs of youth work, addressing the following target groups:
- Youth workers
- Institutions that work with youth workers
- Networks that represent the profession of youth work
- Decision makers, public authorities working with or funding youth work
To read the full report, click here!
The project partners are currently searching for interview partners that would be ready to share their experience and expertise in terms of intercultural care in the social and healthcare sector. Specifically, we are interested in finding out how the sitution actually looks like in practice: are there sufficient offers on intercultural topics, do employees feel secure in this area, what are the challenges, what are the benefits of intercultural teams on the one hand and interculturally trained personnel on the other hand? The interviews will help us to define the need of intercultural competences in the social and healthcare sector and develop training and services that respond to this need.
If you work in the social and healthcare sector or are involved in training please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the first project months the project partners have conducted comprehensive research actitvities that have given interesting insights how young people in different European countries experience the fake news phenomenon and to what extent they apply their critical thinking skills when exposed to untrustworthy information. For that purpose, a combination of four research instruments (PESTLE analysis; best practices analysis; survey; and interviews/focus groups) were applied. All results were summarised in a European report. Continue reading
Each partner carried out national research in order to identify current practice in terms of providing career guidance and career management for 50+ employees.
Research shows that in the partner countries there are no specific advisory or counselling programmes for older people. This means that this group uses the systems that are generally available for adults of all age groups. In contrast, most countries have put in place policies wich aim to support longer working lives.
The importance of the increasing retirement age does not go unnoticed. Companies that do not yet perceive this issue as important undoubtedly will in the near future.
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