Latest Findings and Publications

Publications and reports in English about early school leaving, prevention methods, integration of young people who are neither in education, employment or training in the Baltic Sea Region and EU.

Findings and Statistics

Eurostat. Early leavers from education and training

Eurostat. Migration and migrant population statistics.

Eurostat. Statistics on young people neither in employment nor in education or training.

Norden Association in Sweden (2015). Lessons Learned and New Plans. Overcoming
challenges of Youth Unemployment in the Baltic Sea Region.

Nordic Centre for Welfare and Social Issues (2016). Relationship between young people
and welfare services. (PDF, new window)

Nordic Council of Ministers (2015). Youth unemployment and inactivity. A
comparison of school-to-work transitions and labour market outcomes in four
Nordic countries.

OECD (2016). Society at a Glance 2016.

Methods

CEDEFOP (2016). Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training
centre stage. Volume II: evaluating policy impact. 2016.

City of Turku. Education for Everyone – The Training Guarantee Model in
Finland. (PDF, new window)

European Commission/EACEA/Eurydice/Cedefop, 2014. Tackling Early Leaving from Education and Training in Europe: Strategies, Policies and Measures. Eurydice and Cedefop Report. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Mäkelä M., Salonen M., Salonen N. (2016). Peer Development. Manual.

Mäkelä M., Kilpinen J. (2011). Reaching the Peak – A Manual for Identifying, Transferring and Adopting Innovations.

Mäkelä M., Haukioja T. (2014). We Have a Dream. Fulfilling the Promise of Youth Guarantee.

The project OPEDA (2014). Good Practices for Implementing the Youth Guarantee in the Turku Region.

Union of Baltic Cities Task Force on Youth Employment and Well-Being: Final report (2014). UBC – promoting employment and well-being of young people.

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