Update 31/03/2020: We are happy to announce the publication of the IAEVG 2019 Conference Proceedings. You can download them in the section “Outcomes”, or on this link.
An inclusive society in the age of precariat
How can career guidance contribute to emancipation of the low-skilled, the “underclass”, marginalized, people with handicap, the “invisible”, the NEETs …?Learn more
Career guidance breaking the shell
New approaches to interdisciplinarity and multidisciplinarity for more holistic and inclusive practice: cross-cutting; cross-institutional; cross-sectoral; and making use of integrated case management approaches...Learn more
Transition economies: career guidance as a “luxury”
Guidance and challenges of societies in transition: Is career guidance perceived as a luxury, a tool for “selection of the fittest” or as an instrument for inclusion?Learn more
From Industry 4.0 to Inclusive society 4.0? Challenges for citizens, counsellors, companies, and policy makers.
Expectations and roles of different stakeholders, different approaches to these changes and challenges.Learn more
Career guidance and democratic participation
Guidance as a social contract. Preventive role of career guidance and career education as a measure to promote active citizenship and inclusion. Active (world/global) citizenship as part of career development? The role of career guidance and counselling on todays’ critical issues on democracy, participation and environment.Learn more
- Norman Amundson
- Gideon Arulmani
- Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze
Tibor Bors Borbély-Pecze
- Annamaria Di Fabio
Annamaria Di Fabio
- Anna Hogenová
- Jessie Koen
- Lenka Martinkovičová
- Kobus Maree
- Roberta Neault
- Saša Uhlová
The scientific committee is composed by leading global and regional researchers in the field of career development.