Young People Out Of Work In South West Newham: Two Years On

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Sampson, Alice 2002. Young People Out Of Work In South West Newham: Two Years On. London Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London.
AuthorsSampson, Alice
Abstract

This research project presents findings from a follow-up study of 500 young people
who were out of work in South West Newham in 1997/8. Three hundred and thirteen of these young people agreed to participate in the second survey. In July 2000 275 of the young people who participated in the original survey were contacted and 120 were interviewed. The findings provide information on the effect of the training and employment programmes on the lives of these young people and information about their life styles and aspirations. The survey findings show that Canning Town SRB, and other initiatives within Newham, have successfully enabled young people to access training courses and that young people are obtaining jobs at a greater rate than the national average.

KeywordsCanning Town; South West Newham; East London; unemployment; young people; training and employment programmes
Year2002
PublisherCentre for Institutional Studies, University of East London
Place of publicationLondon
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PrintDec 2002
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Deposited05 Oct 2009
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Sampson, A. (2002) ‘Young People Out Of Work In South West Newham: Two Years On’ CIS Commentary No 101, London: Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London..

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