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Sociological understanding of prevention approaches in occupational health. Trade union strategies and mobilization of collective knowledge to make occupational diseases visible in the non-market sector.
The main objective of the research is to study the social factors that contribute to make occupational and work-related diseases more visible. In particular, it will explore the ways in which the knowledge that workers in the non-profit sector have about their own working conditions can be mobilised to objectify risks and to improve the implementation of prevention measures in the workplace. The research will propose the analysis of health at work from a sociological perspective to address the issue of occupational risks as a socially constructed object.
Popul'Art City: street art and urban renewal in the appointment of the integration of young people.
The project "Popul'Art Cité: street art and urban revitalization at the meeting point for the integration of young people in Charleroi" aims at setting up an integration path for young jobseekers through an integrated system vocational guidance, pre-qualification, qualification and support for employment and education. The implementation of collective projects of urban art and revitalization of neighborhoods, developed with young people, serves as a support for socio-professional integration initiatives. These projects involve the acquisition of skills related, in particular, to the trades of industrial painting, graphic and audiovisual arts and building. The course is declined in 10 specific actions realized, each year, with 40 young people coming from 2 distinct districts.
Study on good practices concerning the return to employment
Research to collect good practices regarding the return to work of people on sick leave for medical reasons