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Trimbos institute

  1. 1. #11 Door to door social inclusion in a multi-ethnic priority neighbourhood Trimbos Institute: Mathijs Tuynman, Milou Haggenburg The Hague: John Waalring
  2. 2. Problems in the Schilderswijk area: past, present and future?
  3. 3. Door to door approach for parents depending on social welfare benefits Goals: - Social inclusion - Employment - End impediments
  4. 4. Door to door approach 1) house visits * cards * MI * My Plan 2) intense & long term follow up 3) law
  5. 5. Discussion 1: is it possible to motivate everybody to participate in the society?
  6. 6. Research: a clustered randomized controlled trial and a qualitative study
  7. 7. 6 Competitive employment 5 Sheltered employment 4 Unpaid employment 3 Participating in organised activities 2 Social contact outside direct evironment 1 Isolated
  8. 8. Discussion 2: Is the Dutch Scale for Social Inclusion a valuable monitoring instrument?
  9. 9. An in-depth picture of the situation Quantitative results
  10. 10. 76% 90% <40% c.40% c.10 years 40-49 Quantitative results
  11. 11. 48% excluded 16% excluded After? - Physical - Mental - Language Now - Health - Children - Money Quantitative results
  12. 12. Qualitative results Participation in society: The various ways to be involved with others
  13. 13. Satisfied Entre- preneur Down- hearted Dependent Active Passive WillingUnwilling
  14. 14. What is the best approach to single (divorced) migrant women with severe language problems? How to increase permanence of effects of the method?
  15. 15. Thank you for your attention! Acknowledgements H. Kroon H. Michon

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