The second meeting of the Scottish National Advisory Board (NAB) was held at the University of Glasgow Main Campus on 21st February 2019. The purposes of the meeting were to: Present the YOUNG_ADULLLT project findings and recommendations for the Scottish policy context. Gather NAB members feedback on the dissemination paper: YOUNG ADULLLT Scotland – Key Messages for Scottish Policy Actors. Discuss the progress of the YOUNG_ADULLLT project ahead of its completion on 28th February 2019. NAB members engaged in fruitful discussion of the Scotland dissemination paper. They provided interesting feedback and comments to
A final dissemination paper, YOUNG_ADULLLT Scotland: Key Messages for Scottish Policy Actors, has been drafted. This paper summarises the work of the YOUNG_ADULLLT team in Scotland and outlines our findings and recommendations. We welcome feedback from policymakers and practitioners at this stage in the process, and in the following weeks we will publish the final report incorporating your suggestions. To offer feedback, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the month of May the Research Team based at the School of Education at the University of Glasgow organised two policy roundtables, one in Aberdeen (17th May 2018) and another one in Glasgow (24th May 2018), the two Scottish regions studied in the YOUNG_ADULLLT project. The intention of these policy roundtables was to share the main findings and policy recommendations of the European research project with policy-makers, practitioners, employers and other relevant stakeholders involved in the project and that can benefit from it. Each one of the sessions started with the presentation
The 5th Consortium meeting of the YOUNG_ADULLLT research project took place in Brussels from the 14th to the15th June 2018. The meeting was organised by the University of Munster and the European Research Services GmbH, and hosted by the representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the European Union. The sessions of the first day focused on the presentation and discussion of the comparative analysis of the recently finalised empirical Working Packages (WP5, WP6 & WP7). During the sessions the participants commented on the work presented and provided suggestions for further research developments