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Dutton, M., Robert, R., & Graham, H. (2017). Workforce Resilience - Initial Research. Skills Development Scotland
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Graham, H., Fuertes, V., Egdell, V. & Raeside, R. (2016). Women in ICT and Digital Technologies: An investigation of the barriers to women entering, staying, and progressing in the sector, and actions to ameliorate this - Executive Summary. Edinburgh: Skills Development Scotland
This report summarises research conducted to explore the under-representation of women in the ICT and Digital Technologies sector in Scotland, and the possible reasons for, an...
Graham, H., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R. & Raeside, R. (2016). The Impact of Welfare Reform in Scotland - Tracking Study - Sweep 4 Report. Edinburgh: Scottish Government
The aim of this study was to explore the impact of ongoing welfare changes on a range of working age households in Scotland. The study consisted of four interview sweeps over ...
Skills Development Scotland
Investigation into the Numbers of Women working in ICT in Scotland and the nature and conditions of that work
City of Edinburgh Council
Scottish Older People’s Assembly (SOPA) 2014 Evaluation
An Agenda for New Skills and Jobs’ prioritises equipping people with the right skills for employment. It recognises the crucial role that developing labour market intelligence and skills governance ha...
Egdell, V. & Graham, H. (2015). Understanding Young People’s Experiences of Looking for Work. Using Participatory Research: Findings from Scotland. Brussels: European Commission
Raeside, R., Egdell, V., Graham, H., Berthet, T., Goffette, C., Simon, V., …Dan, A. (2015). Understanding Agents’ Views of Youth Unemployment and Young People’s Integration into Society. Brussels: European Commission
Egdell, V. & Graham, H. (2015). Understanding Young People’s Experiences of Looking for Work Using Participatory Research: Outcomes of the Reflective Group Discussions in Scotland. Brussels: European Commission
Chen, T., Raeside, R., Egdell, V. & Graham, H. (2015). Job-related training in the UK from 2000 to 2014: insights from the LFS. Brussels: European Commission
Graham, H., Raeside, R. & Egdell, V. (2015). Determinants of Labour Market Exclusion in the UK. Brussels: European Commission
Graham, H., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R. & Raeside, R. (2015). The impact of welfare reform in Scotland - tracking study - Sweep 3 report.
The aim of the study is to explore the impact of on-going welfare changes on a range of households in Scotland over time. This report provides the findings from the first thre...
Egdell, V. & Graham, H. (2014). Analysis of social support networks and policies and strategies of local actors: Edinburgh, Scotland. Brussels: European Commission
Egdell, V., Raeside, R. & Graham, H. (2014). The socio-economic political context for addressing youth unemployment in Scotland. Brussels: European Commission
This chapter focuses on national level youth employment policy in Scotland. It provides a Capability Approach informed evaluation of current employment policy making in relati...
Egdell, V., Atzmuller, R., Raeside, R. & Graham, H. (2014). Introduction and Comparative Perspective. Brussels: European Commission
Egdell, V. & Graham, H. (2014). Scottish older people's assembly (SOPA) seminars 2014 evaluation report. Report to the Scottish Older People’s Assembly Committee. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
This document presents a summary of the findings of the evaluation of the Scottish Older People's Assembly Seminars 2014 (SOPA Seminars 2014) on the impact of welfare reform o...
Lister, B., Graham, H., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R. W. & Raeside, R. (2013). The Impact of Welfare Reform in Scotland – Tracking Study. Interim report to the Scottish Government on 1st Sweep of interviews. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
The aim of the study is to explore the impact of on-going welfare changes on a range
of households in Scotland over time. This report provides a review of the literature
Graham, H. & McQuaid, R. W. (2013). Exploring the impacts of the UK government’s welfare reforms on lone parents moving into work. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Glasgow has the highest proportion of lone parent households of any local authority across Scotland – around 40% of households with dependent children. Against this backdrop, ...
Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Exploring the challenges and opportunities facing lone parents, with children over the age of five, in receipt of out of work benefits and moving into paid work as part of the UK government’s welfare ...
The project will both focus on and integrate disadvantaged young people into the research process to improve their quality of life and to foster social innovation.
Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
31 August 2016 - 2 September 2016