Delivering change: What Housing Associations can tell us about employment and skills

Our latest report for Key Cities looks at how Housing Associations go about improving skills and employment prospects of their tenants.

Report published on 2 June 2015 by Maire Williams

Low skills and high unemployment cluster within social housing in cities. This means that housing associations work with a key target group of skills and employment policy. This report highlights specific case studies of the work housing associations do to enhance the skills levels of those they engage with, drawing out lessons for wider skills and employment policy in three key areas:

  1. Generating demand for jobs
  2. Flexibility and local tailoring
  3. Use of data and evaluation

This report is supported by Key Cities


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