Wednesday 15 October 2014, 1.30PM
Speaker(s): Professor Peter Dwyer and colleagues from Salford University
This Seminar will bring together key findings from some of the latest comparative empirical research in the field of Roma inclusion, with a specific focus on employment. It will provide a greater understanding of experiences of Roma, focusing specifically on their perceptions of the key barriers to accessing employment. Furthermore, it will explore how ‘Roma and employment’ are sometimes framed in debates by non Roma, and the impact this can have on the initiatives that are developed. The Seminar hopes to provide a forum for discussing potential ways forward for the inclusion of Roma in the labour market, but also Roma inclusion more broadly.
For Continuous Professional Development purposes we map our seminars against The College of Social Work's Professional Capabilities Framework and The Health and Care Professionals Council Standards of Proficiency.
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For subscribing organisations this event is designated a Children's and Adult Services events. For others there is a fee of £60.
Bursaries are available for staff and volunteers from voluntary and community groups and charities; please ask for details.
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Location: Conference Suite, Innovation Centre, Science Park, University of York