Combating Inequalities through Innovative Social Practices of and for Young People in Cities across Europe : WP7 Malmö : WP7 Evaluation of an Innovative Practice : WP7 Evaluation of an Innovative Practice : Multisectoral cooperation for social sustainability

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Title Combating Inequalities through Innovative Social Practices of and for Young People in Cities across Europe : WP7 Malmö : WP7 Evaluation of an Innovative Practice : WP7 Evaluation of an Innovative Practice : Multisectoral cooperation for social sustainability
Author(s) Grander, Martin
Date 2015
English abstract
This report is part of Work Package 7 of the research project entitled “Combating Inequalities through Innovative Social Practices of and for Young People in Cities across Europe” (CITISPYCE). CITISPYCE has been devised against the back drop of research which shows the disproportionate impact of the global economic crisis on young people across Europe. This includes excessively high rates of youth unemployment (particularly amongst those who face multiple social, economic and cultural disadvantages) and threats to the social provision enjoyed by previous generations. CITISPYCE partners are working on a three year multi-disciplinary, multi- sectoral programme to examine the current state of the art and ideas concerning social innovation against inequalities faced by young people, explore socially innovative practices being developed by and for young people in urban areas, and test the transferability of local models of innovative practice in order to develop new policy approaches. This report is the WP7 evaluation report of the Citispyce pilot project in Malmö, a project called “Multisectoral cooperation for social sustainability”.The project has been based on multisectoral cooperation between representatives from different sectors (NGO, public, private, academia) and has been divided into three parts, of which the first part, “Test bed for penta-helix”, has been connected to the Citispyce project and is thus described in this pilot project report. The original purpose of this part of the project has been “identifying and creating cross-sector collaboration to address the underlying structural causes of individual’s unemployment”.
Pages 23
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Young people
Youth
Social innovation
Social inequalities
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/21249 (link to this page)

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