Project papers, Publications and Working papers

As mentioned elsewhere, the project results are valorised targeting different audiences and stakeholder groups, including EU- and national policy makers, school staff, academics and representatives from civil society and organisations working with youngsters at risk to leave school early.  Project output may be published in project papers, publications or working papers.

The Project papers (8 in total) cover the analyses of data at different steps during the process and have a project-wide focus.  The Publications (8 in total) are published at specific milestone moments of the project.  The Working Papers are peer-reviewed country specific documents produced by one (or more) of the country teams at some point during the project covering one or more (R)ESL aspects.