Session programme - session 1

Monday, November 4, 14:15 - 15:45

 

Session 1A - The role of the employer and the work place in the process of work inclusion  

Meeting room: Weidemansal 5
Chair: Øystein Spjelkavik

An employer perspective on employer engagement in promoting the labour-market of vulnerable jobseekers
By  Rik van Berkel, Utrecht University School of Governance, Utrecht University ( Presentation)

A conversation beyond employment barriers: comparing employment narratives of young adults with visual impairments from Oslo and Delhi
By  Gagan Chhabra, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

Do employers prefer non-disabled job applicants? A correspondence test experiment on disability discrimination
By  Vegar Bjørnshagen, NOVA - Norwegian Social Research, Oslo Metropolitan University

Coordinated and integrated services for vulnerable citizens: Is this leading to less bureaucracy?
By  Christina Holm-Petersen, The Danish Center of Social Science Research ( Presentation)


Session 1B - The importance of service integration in the work inclusion of vulnerable groups

Meeting room: Weidemansal 3
Chair: Siv Magnussen

The effects of the coordination of services on employment and earnings for families in poverty: a cluster randomized study
By Ira Malmberg-Heimonen, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

Labour market participation, demographic change and family links: How urbanization and ageing are changing the integration playing field in Norway
By Gustavo Sugahara, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

Conceptualizing service integration for work inclusion of vulnerable citizens. The transferability of models from other fields
By Therese Saltkjel and  Tone Alm Andreassen, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy and Centre for the Study of Professions, Oslo Metropolitan University

Working relationships in encounters between immigrant women and the Norwegian welfare system
By Kjetil Wathne, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)


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