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ICT and youth at risk

Posted on 30 Sep 2010 with 0 comments
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The issues around the social inclusion of youth at risk have not been systematically explored although there are many non-connected activities attempting to reengage these potential learners. A fascinating report has come from the European Commission, ICT and Youth at Risk: How ICT initiatives can contribute to their socio-economic inclusion and how to measure it, by Alexandra Haché and Joe Cullen (2009). ICT and Youth at Risk, raises both the issues to consider and provides an excellent list of European projects with links. The report is based on a workshop in Seville in 2009 and was published this year.

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