TACKLING LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT AMONGST VULNERABLE GROUPS
Given the profound importance of finding effective strategies and tools to address long-term unemployment amongst vulnerable groups, the objective of this work is to analyse the multiple factors that lead to long-term unemployment and to review local measures that have been put in place to support labour market integration.
The project is particularly interested in examining area-based strategies that assist the long-term unemployed to re-enter the labour market, while assessing the potential contribution of approaches which target specific at-risk groups and the role of innovative financing mechanisms at a time of public budget cuts. Given the potential breadth of vulnerable groups who confront long-term unemployment, the aim of this work is to focus on the inter-generational dimensions of long-term unemployment.
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If you have experiences you would like to share, or if you have any questions, please contact:
Emma Clarence, Policy Analyst, OECD LEED Programme
telephone: +39 0461 277 612.
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