Diversity, Equality and Access to Learning (DEAL)High Road >>
The TUC has been working with partner organisations within its Diversity, Equality and Access to Learning (DEAL) partnership. It includes union-led projects from Finland (PETMO), Austria (In.Motion) and France (Averroes).The project has been addressing how to overcome barriers to employment and progression that individuals face, especially those from disadvantaged groups. It is addressing how individuals can act as agents of change, such as union learning representatives, disability champions, community champions and work counsellors.
BME groups, Employed in large firms, Jobseekers with low basic skills, Labour market returnees, People from disadvantaged areas (top 10% most deprived wards), People over 50, People with disabilities, Refugees, Unemployed with multiple barriers to work including ill-health, Women
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An examination of the innovative role of Change Agents in workplace and community settings >>This report is designed to take a detailed look at the role of Change Agents and to explore issues such as how they are recruited, supported and what mechanisms exist for capturing and sharing lessons and good practice.
Basic Skills for Life >>This report is designed to take a look at the import and export or development of new techniques to address the lack of Skills for Life within employed and unemployed people.
Evolving Skills Role of European Trade Unions >> This report is a summary of the activities of the DEAL EQUAL Transnational Partnership’s activities and actions in relation to one of its key themes – the evolving ‘skills’ role of European trade unions.
Multiculturalism & Anti-discrimination at Work >>This report records the activities that fed into the DEAL partnership on the transnational exchanges of good practice in the struggle against discrimination based on origin, and the promotion of good multicultural relations at work.
This is Normal? >> The DEAL Transnational Partnership final report and evaluation.
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