Routes into community influence.pdf - page 1/23 - Routes into community influence
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 2/23 - This report was authored by Anya Mulcahy…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 3/23 - Executive summary
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 4/23 - This report presents the findings from t…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 5/23 - A central aim of the `Routes into Commun…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 6/23 - Profile of respondents
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 7/23 - Findings
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 8/23 - included working fewer hours; longer bre…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 9/23 - Experiences of racism or bias were repor…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 10/23 - Other barriers included: language issues…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 11/23 - Help and support required
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 12/23 - Help to understand the jobs market - man…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 13/23 - What we offer employers
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 14/23 - Arrange forum meetings around issues and…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 15/23 - Appendix A Participants
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 16/23 - Figure 3 Respondents by age 55 - 64, 13%
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 17/23 - Figure 5 Number of respondents who felt …
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 18/23 - Figure 7 Number of qualifications obtain…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 19/23 - Figure 9 Respondents currently in paid w…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 20/23 - Appendix B Project Detail and Evaluati…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 21/23 - Ed Atkins from the University of Bristol…
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 22/23 - Session 7 Preparing for conversations …
Routes into community influence.pdf - page 23/23 - Being involved in the project has help…