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An evaluation of the IRIS network [Community Network of Demonstration Projects on Vocational Training of Women]. Final Report. V/5049/93-EN

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Year: 1992
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  1. (1991). 18 Table 3.3 Age criteria used by IRIS member projects in admission to training programmes a) Lower Limit (years of age)
  2. (1988). 4 The official launch of IRIS took place in
  3. 47 Table 5.2 continued %of women %of self- %of long- Women's who work employed who term unemployment part-time 1 are women• unemployed rate who are women 1
  4. (1988). 50 Table 5.4 EC employment participation rates of mothers of child•·cn ngcd 0-4,
  5. Female labour force No % of Eur. total No. (OOOs)
  6. I n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t s p e c i f i c t o p i c s I
  7. In France a single co-ordinating unit, RACINE, has responsi~ility
  8. (1991). IRIS activities and degree of current interaction:-PETRA is the EC programme with the highest actual overlap of membership with IRIS. In
  9. (1992). It was sent out in
  10. (1990). Mandate and current activities EUROFORM was launched along with NOW and HORIZON,
  11. (1991). Mandate and current activities:-NOW began only in
  12. (1991). Table 3.2 IRIS member projects- target groups Unemployed or Employed/self Women in Other/unspecific inactive employed rural areas women
  13. (1991). Table 3.7 IRIS Projects providing childcare or with training taking place in school hours Project Training takes School hours Total no. of provides place in school and childcare IRIS projects childcare hours
  14. Table 5.1 Percentage unemployment rates by sex and age band -EUR12- 1989 Total Under Over2Ss 2Ss
  15. (1989). Table 5.7: Earnings Differentials between Women and Men Women's earnings as % of men's in manufacturing ind~try
  16. (1987). Tender document relating to the establishment of IRIS 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 HISTORY OF THE IRIS NETWORK 1. 1.1 The IRIS network was set up in the wake of the Recommendations on Vocational Training for Women adopted by the European Commission in

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