Arts Based Social Enterprise and Marginalised Young People's Transitions
The project is engaged in analysing how art-based social enterprise (ASE) organisations manage education, training and work transitions, and develop the health and well-being of marginalised young people.
We are studying the specific education and employment outcomes achieved for young people situated in these alternative learning settings. Social enterprises (SE) are a rapidly expanding sector of the Australian economy with 20,000 programs currently operating. Using a longitudinal, critical case methodology the project will provide sector stakeholders with a strong evidence base to develop long-term strategy for innovative policy and engagement practice.
Professor Peter Kelly, Head UNEVOC @ RMIT, School of Education, RMIT University, email@example.com
Dr Grace McQuilten, Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow, Design and Social Context, School of Art, RMIT University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Deborah Warr, Senior Principal Research Fellow, Charles Sturt University, email@example.com
Dr Amy Spiers, ARC Discovery Project Research Fellow, School of Education and School of Art, RMIT University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chiara Grassia, ARC Discovery Project PhD Student, School of Art, RMIT University
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