23 SES 09 B, From Successful Actions To Successful Policies: Towards Research Based Policy Making To Improve Education And Development For All
This paper examines how education is a key part of comprehensive and coordinated strategies across policy fields that are helping to achieve social inclusion and personal development especially for the most vulnerable groups: migrant people, cultural minorities, women, youth and people with disabilities. Successful mixed interventions have been analysed in seven European countries in the fields of employment, health, housing, social and political participation. Particular elements have been identified that need to be met by social policies in order to be successful in overcoming social exclusion. One key element is that education is behind successful interventions in these areas to a great extent. Successful mixed interventions share certain educational and other elements leading to success. Promoting inclusive education and allowing reentering in educational processes as an opportunity for all is a key component. Some strategies that facilitate the access or going back to education of vulnerable groups are: dialogic learning, democratic organisation and participation in decision-making and management, and the inclusion of their voices, needs and interests. Successful mixed interventions allow tackling the social exclusion as a combination of interrelated factors and promote activities targeting various areas thus amplifying the impact of a programme beyond the direct objectives of it.
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