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Benefits of development of the peer workforce

https://www.tepou.co.nz/uploads/files/resource-assets/service-user-consumer-and-peer-workforce-guide-for-planners-and-funders.pdf Peer work benefits the people who use the service, the peer worker and the organisation. The formal evidence in both mental health and addiction is growing and shows high satisfaction from services that use all kinds of peer support as well as positive outcomes for people who receive peer services.

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Worlds most equal workforce

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-iceland-gender-equality-workplace-sexism_us_5b8ab6e1e4b0162f4723fb2e Iceland’s willingness to investigate and acknowledge the relationship between gender and business didn’t just rise without precedent. Women’s work was at the root of such awareness, dating back to a 1975 inequality protest, when 90 percent of Icelandic women walked off the job. People paid attention, and five years later

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