Achieving Inclusive Growth in the North East. 5 th June 2013. Structure of the Presentation. Context The Inclusive Growth Research The North East Economy and the IER Achieving Inclusive Growth Introduction to the Discussion Sessions. Context. Context.
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5th June 2013
Three skills and inclusion priorities
Which groups or areas experience lower outcomes or are at risk of becoming disengaged with employment or entrepreneurial opportunities?
Which groups experience barriers or are under-represented in key growth areas, such as low carbon, creative and digital, research and innovation and advanced manufacturing opportunities?
What has been successful in improving aspirations and outcomes for less engaged groups?
Does the currentskills and employability infrastructure address barriers to employment or enterprise opportunities?
What opportunities are there for expanding engagement in STEM subjects, innovation and manufacturing skills amongst under-represented groups and communities?
Review of Literature
Testing and refining
* Minus London, Source: Annual Population Survey, Regional Accounts, Annual Business Inquiry