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Horizon 2020 Agenda setting on Inclusive societies meeting, Berlin

On 24 October 2013 Jacqueline O’Reilly attended the meeting in Berlin where a number of on-going EU projects fed into identifying key issues for the future research agenda for H2020. link here to the page with links to other EU funded pages [ADD LINK] »

Compromising Conventions: Attitudes to Families and Maternal Employment in Denmark, Poland, Spain and the UK

O’Reilly, J., Roche J. and Nazio, T.  (2014) ‘Compromising Conventions: Attitudes to Families and Maternal Employment in Denmark, Poland, Spain and the UK’ Work, Employment and Society http://wes.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/12/02/0950017013491307 »

Unemployment and Subjective Well-being

Russell, H. McGinnity, F. and Watson, D. (2013) ‘Unemployment and Subjective Well-being’ in D. Gallie (ed.) Economic Crisis, Quality of Work, and Social Integration:  The European Experience (Oxford: OUP) Purchase http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199664726.do »

The immigrant workforce in Germany: Formal and informal barriers to addressing skills deficits

Speckesser S (2013). The immigrant workforce in Germany: Formal and informal barriers to addressing skills deficits. Migration Policy Institute The Immigrant Workforce in Germany: Formal and Informal Barriers to Addressing Skills Deficits »

Ethnic minority youths in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

Susan Niknami, Lena Schröder and Eskil Wadensjö (forthcoming) ‘Ethnic minority youths in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden’ from the project ‘Social Regulations in the Nordic Countries: The Impact on Employment among Youth from Ethnic Minorities and Youth with Disabilities’. More information Social Regulation in the Nordic Countries The Impact on Employment among Youth from Ethnic Minorities and Youth with Disabilities »