South West Workways project evaluation: final report

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Riley, Tim; Miller, Callum; Owen, Rachel
Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
Date of publication
1 July 2013
Social welfare
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The South West Workways project aims to provide targeted support to economically inactive and unemployed people across four Local Authorities in South West Wales. The project is intended to support participants to make the transition into employment by supporting them to overcome their barriers to work, by working with employers, and where appropriate by providing access to Temporary Job Opportunities (TJOs).

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