On joining the editorial board

In this post new member of the editorial board, Anne Delauzun, introduces herself and says a little about why she’s gotten involved.   I entered the careers profession at the end of 2011, having begun my career with a brief spell in the private sector, followed by a period working with not-for-profit arts organisations supporting... Continue Reading →

21 Days to Career Success

In this post Eileen Cunningham discusses her work with Fiona Christie in creating an online career development learning resource informed by a committment to social justice. New year is the time when many people reflect upon their life and their career. You may have been bombarded with offers to help create ‘a new you’ through... Continue Reading →

Co-creation in career guidance

In this post Marianne Tolstrup from UCL Erhvervsakademi og Professionshøjskole in Denmark explores the issue of co-creation in career guidance and asks how it can support social justice. It is a big task to get the counsellors to listen to what you are saying. You have to take responsibility for the guidance yourself, but it... Continue Reading →

“The coronavirus is a time when career guidance is desperately needed” – Interview with Tristram Hooley in Educaweb

Following on from the article Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance matters in the time of coronavirus, Tristam was invited to give an interview to Spanish website Educaweb. The article is available in both English and Spanish. The coronavirus is a time when career guidance is desperately needed.En tiempos de coronavirus la... Continue Reading →

Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance and counselling matters in the time of coronavirus: Reflections from Latin America – The Brazilian case

This photo is from a slum in São Paulo and shows the way they have found to inform everybody about the virus. The writing says "actions to prevent the spread of the virus." The copyright belongs to Caio Pastor (ponte.org) and the image can be found on https://ponte.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/heliopolis-coronavirus-3.jpg This post was written by Marcelo Afonso... Continue Reading →

Perché in tempi di coronavirus è importante affrontare l’orientamento professionale attraverso un approccio informato sulla giustizia sociale?

Thank you to Alessia Ramponi for translating our piece into Italian. This translation first appeared on the Associazione SIO – Società Italiana per l’Orientamento website. For the English text see Why a social justice informed approach to career guidance matters in the time of the coronavirus. It is also available in Danish, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish. In questo... Continue Reading →

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