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on 05 Dec 2016

Learning is vital to integration

Learning and Work Institute has welcomed Dame Louise Casey's report into social

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on 24 Nov 2016

Carers Rights Day 2016

Today is Carers Rights Day, when organisations across the country help carers to understand their rights and the support they are entitled to.

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on 24 Nov 2016

Action for Change: our report

Learning and Work Institute were the lead evaluation partner in the Action for Change project, which has been funded by the European Commission. 

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on 23 Nov 2016

Learning and Work Institute responds to Autumn Statement

Today’s Autumn Statement sets out the first official assessment of the economy and public finances since the EU referendum, alongside modest new spending commitments targeted at raising productivity and supporting ‘just about managing’ households.  

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on 22 Nov 2016

Citizens' Curriculum needed now more than ever

Statistics released by the UK Government have shown a significant fall in adults participating in English and Maths courses in England. 

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on 14 Nov 2016

Learning and Work Institute announces 6 pilots for ‘Positive Career Choices for Young Adult Carers’

Funded by the Department of Health’s Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) grants fund, ‘Positive Career Choices for Young Adult Carers’ is working with six carers services across Engla

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on 14 Nov 2016

MPs add voice to concerns for employment support resource

The House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee have added their voice to growing concerns about the lack resource and capacity being made available to help more people with disabilities and health conditions in to employment.

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on 08 Nov 2016

Maximising life chances of Britain’s greatest asset – young people

We are delighted to welcome Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills, Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP, who will be keynote speaker at our Youth Employment Convention on 5 December in London.

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on 02 Nov 2016

What Employers Want programme provides new opportunities for young people

With the success of the What Employers Want programme, culminating in the creation of the What Employers Want website, Learning and Work are pleased to announce the exciting next phase of the project to tackle youth unemployment.

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