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Evaluation of new deal for lone parents
From cover.:Research & Development Report ESR55, August 2000.
|Statement||Tim Dawson, Sarah Dickens, Stephen Finer ; prepared for Research Management Employment Service.|
|Series||Research and development report (Employment Service) -- ESR55|
|Contributions||Dickens, Sarah., Finer, Stephen.|
Notes: The New Deal for Lone Parents was introduced on 26 October It is aimed at all lone parents on Income Support, but is open to all lone parents (aged 16 plus and with a child under 16) not in work or working less than 16 hours per week on a voluntary basis. related. The list of acronyms and abbreviations related to NDLP - New Deal for Lone Parents.
This analysis describes the New Deal for the Unemployed, what have been its likely effects and what parts of it may be worth keeping. What is the New Deal? There is a proliferation of New Deals – for the disabled, for lone parents, for partners of the unemployed, etc. The first and best studied is the New Deal for the Unemployed, which involves a. At its strongest, FDR's Folly is a powerful synthesis of the economic damage wrought by the New book shows how New Deal farm programs helped large landowners at the expense of tenant farmers and sharecroppers; how the National Industrial Recovery Act contributed to monopoly and to the development of cartels within industries, undercutting recovery; how Social Security slowed the.
New Deal for Lone Parents is a voluntary Jobcentre Plus programme designed to help lone parents into work. It is for parents who don’t currently work but also those who currently work less than 16 hours per week and would like to work more. Evaluation of Lone Parents Work Focused Interviews and New Deal for Lone Parents Speckesser, S. and Knight, G. Evaluation of Lone Parents Work Focused Interviews and New Deal for Lone Parents. Assessing the Impact of Active Labour Market Policy for Lone Parents and the UK New Deal for Lone Parents. London, UK 25 Aug Cited by: 3.
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The New Deal for Lone Parents: A Review of Evaluation Evidence Contents Section Page List of Figures ii Acknowledgements iv Executive Summary v 1. The New Deal Reviews: context and aims 1 The New Deal Reviews 1 An outline of the New Deal for Lone Parents 2 Aim of the Review 6 2.
The evaluation process and sources of information 7 2. The econometric evaluation of the New Deal for Lone Parents Professor Peter Dolton, João Pedro Azevedo and Professor Jeffrey Smith A report of research carried out by the Department of Economics, Royal Holloway, University of London, the Institute of Applied Economic Research.
Get this from a library. New deal for lone parents: evaluation of the voluntary sector innovative schemes. [Kandy Woodfield; Helen Finch; Social and Community Planning Research (Great Britain); Great Britain.
Department of Social Security.]. Get this from a library. Evaluation of the new deal for lone parents: early lessons from the phase one prototype - synthesis report. [Jon Hales; Great Britain.
Department of Social Security.; University of Warwick. Institute for Employment Research.; National Centre for Social Research (Great Britain); University of Bath. The New Deal for Lone Parents is a voluntary program that aims to help lone parents get jobs or increase their hours of work, either directly or by increasing their employability.
In its early stages (including the period covered by our data) the NDLP offered participants advice and assistance (in applying for jobs and. Evans, M, Eyre, J, Sarre, S & Millar, JNew Deal for Lone Parents: second synthesis report of the national ch Report NoDepartment for Work and by: New Deal for Lone Parents: Synthesis Report of the National Evaluation Similar effects were observed when looking at the exit rate from Income Support; NDLP appears to dramatically increase the rate at which lone parents leave benefit.
Taking part in NDLP also significantly increased benefit awareness and understanding of tax Size: 2MB. New Deal Plus for Lone Parents and In Work Credit: Final report (RR): report Ref: ISBN PDF, KB, pages This file may not be.
'Transitions off Income Support: estimating the impact of the New Deal for Lone Parents using survey data' in Hasluck et al () Evaluation of the New Deal for Lone Parents: Early Lessons of the. Lone parents Work Focused Interviews/New Deal for Lone Parents: combined evaluation and further net impacts Genevieve Knight, Stefan Speckesser, Jeff Smith, Peter Dolton and João Pedro Azevedo A report of research carried out by the Policy Studies Institute, the Department of Economics, Royal Holloway, University of London, the Institute of.
A payment available to parents participating in New Deal for Lone Parents (NDLP) and New Deal for Partners (NDP) to help with registered childcare costs in the week prior to starting work.
Childcare Partnerships Manager A member of staff appointed to co-ordinate Jobcentre Plus. programmes and strategies with local childcare development. Helping more parents move into work: an. evaluation of the extension of New Deal Plus for Lone Parents and In Work Credit: Phase 1.
By Rita Griffiths. Introduction. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) introduced and extended a range of policy measures. targeted on lone and couple parents under the banner of New Deal Plus for Lone.
Lone Parents Work Focused Interviews / New Deal for Lone Parents: Combined Evaluation and Further Net Impacts. UK Department for Work and Pensions Research Report No. [Published DWP Research Report] Dolton, Peter, Joao Pedro Azevedo, and Jeffrey Smith.
The Econometric Evaluation of the New Deal for Lone Parents. Evans, Martin, McKnight, Abigail and Namazie, Ceema () New Deal for lone parents: first synthesis report of the national ment for Work and Pensions.
Full text not available from this repository. Publisher. New Deal for Lone Parents is a Government programme designed specifically to help lone parents who want to work.
If you join this programme, you will get a trained New Deal for Lone Parents Personal are there to be your contact throughout the whole process and it is their job to. Blair's New Deal for "Workless Classes" Tony Blair has offered what he called a "new bargain" with Britain to "give hope" to the the country's poorest people.
includinglone parents. The government's New Deal for lone parents helped with the cost of travelling to college. Going on to the degree was a natural progression, says Author: Claire Callender. encourage and increase lone parents’ participation in the labour market and has set itself the target of an employment rate of 70 per cent for lone parents by Research findings over the course of the last ten years or so have shown that childcare is an important contributing factor in the labour market behaviour of lone parents.
The New Deal (renamed Flexible New Deal from October ) was a workfare programme introduced in the United Kingdom by the first New Labour government ininitially funded by a one-off £5 billion windfall tax on privatised utility companies.
The stated purpose was to reduce unemployment by providing training, subsidised employment and voluntary work to the unemployed. Helping more parents move into work: an evaluation of the extension of New Deal Plus for Lone Parents and In Work Credit: Final report Rita Griffiths A report of research carried out by Insite Research and Consulting on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions.
Evaluation of the New Deal for Disabled People Innovative Schemes pilots Dione Hills, Camilla Child, Vicky Blackburn and Penny Youll a book that she recently co-authored with Camilla Child on this subject supporting them in acquiring new information, knowledge or skills, opening up new opportunities.
Mobilising, Matching, The model.It is unlikely, with current policies, to meet its target of halving child poverty, nor the target of eliminating it.
This report recommends reforms to the Welfare to Work and New Deal for Lone Parents programmes. They should be more attuned to the particular needs of parents, who need guidance, support and skills to progress in work.New Deal has promoted work for lone parents and disabled people, for whom job search is a condition of receiving benefit.
Work-focussed interviews have become mandatory and it is an approach to which all working age individuals who are living on benefits consider the possibility of .