IAEVG International Conference is on of the largest annual events in Career Development. The focus of this year's conference is on guidance and adult learning as levers of social inclusion.
- An inclusive society in the age of precariat: How can career guidance contribute to the emancipation of the low-skilled, the “underclass”, the marginalised, people with disabilities, the “invisible”, the NEETs …?
- 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…
- 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?
- 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.
- 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.
- Norman Amundson (Canada)
- Mark Savickas (Australia)
- Jessie Koen (Netherlands)
- Sasa Uhlova (Czech Republic)
- Kobus Maree (South Africa)
- Gideon Arulmani (India)
- Annamaria Di Fabio (Italy)
- Tibor Bors Borbely-Pecze (Hungary)
- Anna Hogenova (Czech Republic)
The following themes will be discussed: