EUSE Toolkit for Diversity

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This toolkit for young people not in education, employment or training, offenders and ex-prisoners and people recovering from substance abuse has been adapted from the already successful EUSE Supported Employment Toolkit.

Throughout the past 20 years it has been reported that Supported Employment was transferable from disability (the original client group for which this model was designed) to those in other disadvantaged situations. The Toolkit for Diversity recognises this and addresses the particular needs of the aforementioned client groups within the model without diluting or changing the values and principles of Supported Employment. It is important to record that through the production of the Toolkit for Diversity the European Union of Supported Employment now formally recognises the usage of this model for other sectors of the population.

Background information on the development of the EUSE Diversity Toolkit

EUSE Toolkit Diversity Website