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9 August 2017

Improved scheme to recruit overseas doctors.

News, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, International, Scottish Government
26 January 2017

Inclusive growth is a major issue in the UK and internationally. The JRF research reviews evidence from international cities that have implemented an inclusive growth agenda to ensure that economic prosperity in their region benefits all.

News, Report, International
18 January 2016

Fair Work Secretary undertakes visits in Dublin and Belfast to learn lessons from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland on their approach to helping people towards work.

News, Scottish Government, International
5 May 2015

Based on original polling across five European countries, this IPPR report explores employers' views on a range of issues related to long-term unemployment – their attitudes towards the unemployed, especially on skills and employability, and the effectiveness of their contact with public employment services.

News, Report, Employer, International
5 February 2015

The report presents an update on the data in 'Education at a glance 2014: OECD indicators' which covers the structure, finances, and performance of education systems in the OECD’s 34 member countries and a number of partner countries, including Brazil and the Russian Federation.

News, Report, International, Employment
22 September 2014

The annual OECD report finds that access to education continues to expand worldwide but the socio-economic divisions between tertiary-educated adults and the rest of society are growing. Governments must do more to ensure that everyone has the same opportunity to a good education early in life.

News, Report, Skills, International
22 September 2014

This UKCES report provides an assessment of the level of skills held by the UK population compared with other member states of the OECD. It uses data on qualifications to project the skills of working age (19-64) people in the UK in 2020. The data is presented by qualification level and by gender.

News, Report, Skills, International
8 November 2013

The report reviews Project Rise, a programme operating in the United States as part of the federal Social Innovation Fund which seeks to reconnect “disconnected” young people with education, work, and social support.

News, Report, Young People, International
4 September 2013

The UKCES report looks at vocational education and training (VET) in the Netherlands and considers the significant participation by young people, the high completion rates and good prospects for employment and how the system is driven by employer demand, via sectorally based institutions known as knowledge centres.

News, Report, Training, International
4 September 2013

US report that examines the research literature on programmes (strategies, interventions, or sets of services) designed to help students with disabilities make transitions from secondary school to employment, postsecondary education and training, or independent living.

News, Report, Disability, International
7 February 2013

A report published by the Work Foundation argues that youth unemployment in the UK cannot be blamed solely on the recession, and proposes lessons that can be learned from the youth labour markets in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands and Australia.

News, Report, International, Youth Employment