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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    an active member Funded under the European Commission initiative Preparatory Actions to Combat and Prevent Social Exclusion B3 4105 it was carried out in partnership with Dublin City Council during 2002 and completed in 2003 The study examines innovative pilot programmes undertaken by city authorities in Aarhus Denmark Barcelona Spain Bologna Italy Dublin Ireland Glasgow Scotland Lewisham England Newcastle England Rotterdam Netherlands Stockholm Sweden and Trikala Greece Read Download Final

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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    conferences on the future of Dublin Agenda for Dublin 2004 Publication and seminar papers http www dublinpact ie agenda htm T Haase J Pratschke Digital Divide Analysis of the Uptake of Information Technology in the Dublin Region DEP in partnership with Dublin Regional Authority and Dublin City and County Development Boards 2003 Dublin in the Knowledge Age Think In at the Dept Taoiseach 21st June 2002 report and papers Doubling

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/agenda.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    Work 1 The origins of Learning at Work go back to 1999 when the Education and Employment Group of the Pact established priorities in relation to tackling educational disadvantage and low skill levels Among these was a need to promote increased linkages between education training and people already in the workplace A major Pact study M Morgan St Patrick s College School and Part time Work in Dublin The Facts Survey Analysis and Recommendations 2000 recommended further options for combining work with school completion and upskilling Between 2001 and 2003 the Pact in partnership with FÁS and the Dept of Education and Science oversaw three projects piloting innovative models of school completion for employed young people who had left school early These projects were implemented successfully in Coolock Tallaght and Clondalkin as confirmed by a 2003 evaluation by MAZARS Consulting Evaluation Report The pilot programme led to the involvement of IBEC and ICTU and the programme s success was raised at national social partnership talks This led to a specific commitment to continue its funding in Sustaining Progress p30 Learning at Work 2 From 2004 to 2006 the Dublin Employment Pact worked with FÁS and the Dept of Education and Science to extend the original pilot programme Projects were implemented in Tallaght Clondalkin and Blanchardstown and input was provided to similar projects outside Dublin Major employers came on board and the involvement of one Jacob Fruitfield was featured on RTE s main evening news Learning at Work has developed New ways to access young people who have left school early and who are now in employment New ways to persuade employers of the win win scenario that arises when they provide time and resources to upskill such young workers New course content delivered in flexible ways tailored to the cohort

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/edcomp.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    is an issue of particular concern in Dublin where third level participation trends lag significantly compared to other OECD capital cities and is the second lowest in Ireland A concerted approach to promoting access became a goal of government in 1999 with the launch of The New Deal A Plan for Educational Opportunity and subsequently the development of access programmes both at the local level and within third level institutions

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/3rdacc.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    a decision to commission a comprehensive overview of the issues around early school leaving in Dublin the effectiveness of programmes in place to tackle it and recommendations towards a model of best practice The resulting publication launched by the Taoiseach Mr Bertie Ahern T D in June 2000 has had a major impact on policy and practice and contributed to ongoing policy development It also gave rise to a lively

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/tackling.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    leaving While there has been much progress in reversing this record at primary level there remains a major problem of transfer to and retention within the second level system For this reason the DEP Education and Employment Working Group is

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/travellers.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    established that 80 of second level students were working part time during school time and that part time work had thus now become the norm In addition the rate of part time working was greatest and involved the greatest number of hours among students from disadvantaged areas The report also established the reasons young students work and what they spent their earnings on The study is completed with a series

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/part-time.htm (2015-10-30)
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  • Dublin Employment Pact
    life long learning strategies Involves regional authorities educational institutions and social partners from Munich Edinburgh Aarhus and Dublin The Dublin element organised through the Education and Employment Group of the DEP is focussing its work on developing a life long

    Original URL path: http://www.dublinpact.ie/prisoners.htm (2015-10-30)
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