Substantiation of intervention calculator
Below, you can find a substantiation for each target group, broken down into:
1. A substantiation of the calculation of the effects
2. A substantiation of the calculation of the amounts
|PDF effects for young persons||PDF effects for the homeless||PDF effects for the long-term unemployed||PDF effects for former prisoners|
|PDF amounts for young persons||PDF amounts for the homeless||PDF amounts for the long-term unemployed||PDF amounts for former prisoners||PDF amounts for single parents|
Explanation of the 'hardship' column:
The information we include below is called 'hard' if it is based on exact data which directly relate to our target group.
The information is 'substantiated' if it is based on results from scientific research relating to a target group that can be compared to our target group. We speak of an 'assumption' if we have found insufficient data describing the situation of our target group. In these cases, we have used the best data we could find, and have made assumptions about the situation of our target group based on these data.
If you are interested in how the calculation has been made, you click on the following PDF:
In order to make the calculations, a number of comments, basic principles and a disclaimer have been formulated, which you can find in the following PDF: