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Longa Caminhada, Fôlego Curto: o desafio da inserção laboral juvenil por meio dos consórcios Sociais da juventude

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  • José Celso Cardoso Jr
  • Roberto Gonzalez
  • Matheus Stivali
  • José Carlos dos Santos
  • Alysson Costa

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Este trabalho corresponde à versão ligeiramente modificada do Relatório Final de Avaliação e Consolidação das Atividades de Campo, realizado com os seis projetospiloto dos Consórcios Sociais da Juventude (CSJs), envolvendo as regiões do Distrito Federal e entorno, do Grande ABC em São Paulo, do Rio de Janeiro (RJ), de Belo Horizonte (MG), de Salvador (BA) e de Fortaleza (CE). Os CSJs são uma das linhas de ação do Programa Nacional de Estímulo ao Primeiro Emprego para Juventude (PNPE), do Departamento de Políticas para Juventude, Ministério do Trabalho e Emprego, governo federal. Depois de um breve relato dos objetivos e justificativas da pesquisa, o capítulo 2 realiza uma curta digressão para situar os Consórcios Sociais da Juventude no contexto mais amplo das iniciativas recentes de políticas públicas federais para a juventude no país. No capítulo 3, são sumarizados e sistematizados os relatos de campo obtidos por meio das entrevistas-guiadas aos seis CSJs visitados no país. No capítulo 4, repete-se o procedimento para as entrevistas realizadas com as Delegacias Regionais do Trabalho (DRTs). A síntese analítica comparada das experiências de campo é efetuada no capítulo 5, o qual pode ser considerado o capítulo central do trabalho. Por fim, um conjunto de recomendações operacionais é apresentado ao longo do capítulo 6, a título de considerações finais.

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  • José Celso Cardoso Jr & Roberto Gonzalez & Matheus Stivali & José Carlos dos Santos & Alysson Costa, 2006. "Longa Caminhada, Fôlego Curto: o desafio da inserção laboral juvenil por meio dos consórcios Sociais da juventude," Discussion Papers 1224, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1224
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