Call for Papers: ‘Strategies, Policies, Programs and Projects for Youth Rural NEETs’, special issue of Quality of Life Journal, Volume 4, 2021

Call for Papers: ‘Strategies, Policies, Programs and Projects for Youth Rural NEETs’, special issue of Quality of Life Journal, Volume 4, 2021

The Quality of Life Journal has opened the call for the Special Issue on “Strategies, Policies, Programs and Projects for Youth Rural NEETs” (vol. 19, issue 4/2021).

The deadline is: 15 July 2021

Papers must be written in compliance with the Quality of Life Journal Guide for Authors (http://www.revistacalitateavietii.ro/instructiuniEn.html), using the recommended Quality of Life Journal Paper Template. Authors should send their manuscript to the journal by email at the following address redactia@revistacalitateavietii.ro.

Call for Papers: ‘Strategies, Policies, Programs and Projects for Youth Rural NEETs’, special issue of Quality of Life Journal, Volume 4, 2021

Guest editors: Štefan Bojnec (University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia), Claudia Petrescu (The Research Institute for Quality of Life, Bucharest)

Quality of Life Journal (www.revistacalitateavietii.ro) seeks  articles for a special issue on Strategies, Policies, Programs and Projects for Youth Rural NEETs, to be published in December 2021. The main purpose of this special issue is to approach and discuss about strategies, policies, programs and projects for youth rural NEETs or young people living in rural areas neither in employment nor in education or training.

This special issue edition on strategies, policies, programs and projects for youth rural NEETs aims at gathering research papers or critical theoretical analysis on topics as: the NEETs strategies, policies, measures, programs and projects highlighting the success factors and scope for transferability of good (or to avoid bad) practices; labour market and NEET situation relevant to help explain the context, reasons, and baseline for the strategies/policy measures; assessment of NEET strategies focusing on education from formal, training and skill improvement, and active employment policy, particularly the role of Youth Guarantee in local/rural employment; assessment of the NEET policy measures and results; objectives, target groups, geographical and sectoral scope in different economic activities, financial, legal and institutional frameworks, results and lessons learned, including adaptations for example due to Covid-19 crisis; domestic and international programs, projects and instruments; difficulties and constraints, and assessment of the success factors and transferability.

We invite researchers to submit original papers on completed studies that are focused on strategies, policies, programs and projects regarding the vulnerable and socially excluded rural youth, and especially in the area of intervention practices for youth rural NEETs. The manuscript needs to provide clear aims and objectives, literature review, presentation of NEETs and risk factors for NEETs and types of intervention. It should be supported with data sources, assessment and classification the intervention.

The guest editor kindly requests authors to send papers (4,000 – 8,000 words in length), except references, together with an abstract of no more than 200 words, to the following address: redactia@revistacalitateavietii.ro until July 15, 2021. All the papers will be evaluated through the double blind peer review process following the journal’s standard procedures. Prior to submission, please check author’s guidelines at http://www.revistacalitateavietii.ro/instructiuniEn.html.

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