Session programme - session 2

Monday, November 4, 16:15 - 17:45

Session 2A - The role of the employer and the work place in the process of work inclusion  II

Meeting room: Weidemansal 5
Chair: Johanna Gustavsson

Participation in employment and daycare for people with intellectual disabilities – random or systematic? A Norwegian population-based registry study
By Jeanette Engeland, Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Ageing and Health, NTNU

Developing the role as a coordinating social worker in the Danish unemployment system – with a citizen perspective
By  Lone Vesterby and Per Westersø, Education of Social Work, VIA University College ( Presentation)

Difficult work inclusion: challenges and opportunities at the workplace revealed in recent studies.
By  Kjetil Frøyland, Work Research Institute, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

The Hybrid Model in Work Inclusion
By  Øystein SpjelkavikHeidi Enehaug and  Pål Klethagen, Work Research Institute, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

Session 2B - The role of innovation and recent policy reforms in work inclusion

Meeting room: Weidemansal 3
Chair: Liv Solheim

Using biographical reference points to map the labor integration experience of non-western immigrants
By  Erika Gubrium, Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy, Oslo Metropolitan University ( Presentation)

Is the Norwegian Introduction Programme a pathway to labour market integration for female immigrants? 
By  Elisabeth Ugreninov, NOVA -  Norwegian Social Research, Oslo Metropolitan University

Cross sectional management in piloting projects involving welfare counsellors in upper secondary schools 
in Norway 2013-18
By  Eli Skjeseth, Department of Social Work and Guidance, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences ( Presentation)

Personalised Services, co-production or co-creation as possible pathways to overcome the shortcomings 
of welfare conditionality for vulnerable groups? - Lessons from Denmark
By  Dorte Caswell and  Flemming Larsen, Department for sociology and social work and Department of Political Science, Aalborg University ( Presentation)


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