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Social Integration: Are Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnerships (VSOPP) influencing municipalities’ labour market administrations’ views on integration?

Isaksson, Ellen LU (2017) SIMV07 20171
Department of Political Science
Master of Science in Global Studies
Graduate School
Abstract
While public sector commonly works with system and civic integration, non-profit sector works with social integration. By doing a case study on Stockholm’s and Malmö’s municipalities, this thesis investigates how Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnerships (VSOPP) have influenced their labour market administrations’ views on integration. VSOPPs are partnerships between public and non-profit sector, where this thesis focuses on those related to labour market integration of newly arrived adults. By using content analysis, interviews, and indicators for social integration, the thesis looks at the municipalities’ commissions for social sustainability, budgets, and VSOPP agreements. These show that the VSOPPs at both administrations have... (More)
While public sector commonly works with system and civic integration, non-profit sector works with social integration. By doing a case study on Stockholm’s and Malmö’s municipalities, this thesis investigates how Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnerships (VSOPP) have influenced their labour market administrations’ views on integration. VSOPPs are partnerships between public and non-profit sector, where this thesis focuses on those related to labour market integration of newly arrived adults. By using content analysis, interviews, and indicators for social integration, the thesis looks at the municipalities’ commissions for social sustainability, budgets, and VSOPP agreements. These show that the VSOPPs at both administrations have influenced the administrations’ views on integration, mainly by increasing social integration through inclusion of established residents in their integration activities. (Less)
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author
Isaksson, Ellen LU
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SIMV07 20171
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnership (VSOPP), social integration, socio-cultural incorporation, labour market integration, Swedish municipalities
language
English
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8909935
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2017-07-03 12:48:26
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  abstract     = {While public sector commonly works with system and civic integration, non-profit sector works with social integration. By doing a case study on Stockholm’s and Malmö’s municipalities, this thesis investigates how Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnerships (VSOPP) have influenced their labour market administrations’ views on integration. VSOPPs are partnerships between public and non-profit sector, where this thesis focuses on those related to labour market integration of newly arrived adults. By using content analysis, interviews, and indicators for social integration, the thesis looks at the municipalities’ commissions for social sustainability, budgets, and VSOPP agreements. These show that the VSOPPs at both administrations have influenced the administrations’ views on integration, mainly by increasing social integration through inclusion of established residents in their integration activities.},
  author       = {Isaksson, Ellen},
  keyword      = {Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnership (VSOPP),social integration,socio-cultural incorporation,labour market integration,Swedish municipalities},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Social Integration: Are Voluntary Sector Organisation Public Partnerships (VSOPP) influencing municipalities’ labour market administrations’ views on integration?},
  year         = {2017},
}