From NEET to ETE: An evaluation of the longer term outcomes of the Pathways programme at Fight for Peace, UK

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Sampson, A. 2015. From NEET to ETE: An evaluation of the longer term outcomes of the Pathways programme at Fight for Peace, UK. London University of East London, Centre for Social Justice and Change. doi:10.15123/PUB.4104
AuthorsSampson, A.
TypeProject report
Abstract

This report reviews data on the longer term outcomes for those who have attended the Fight for Peace (FFP) Pathways programme and is funded by Credit Suisse, the major funders of the Programme between 2009 and 2014.
A total of 134 young people have attended the Pathways programme and data are included on the lives of young people who graduated up to six years ago.
The research findings show that the Pathways programme at FFP has exceeded its targets over a sustained period of time and has a discernable and significant longer term influence on the lives of young people who attend.
After they graduated, the majority of young people continued to improve their CVs by taking courses and by finding work. They remain optimistic about their future.

Year2015
PublisherUniversity of East London, Centre for Social Justice and Change
Place of publicationLondon
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.15123/PUB.4104
FunderCredit Suisse
Publication dates
Print05 Mar 2015
Publication process dates
Deposited16 Mar 2015
Copyright holderUniversity of East London
Series CSJC Research Reports
Publisher's version
License
CC BY
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