Social inclusion of youth on the margins of society: more opportunities, better access and higher solidarity
Policy review which focuses on situation of some specific youth groups in the European youth policy context, such as the homeless or those at risk of homelessness, migrant, ethnic minority youth and those young people with public care backgrounds.
More specifically, the objectives of the review are:
- to provide an overview of the reasons for their precarious situations and to formulate the policy issues
- to visualise the policy challenges needed to produce greater social inclusion through more opportunities and better access to education and the labour market within the framework of solidarity between these young people and the wider society
- to highlight policy implications for cross-border policy transfer
- to contribute with research-based recommendations