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 …?

  • To what extent are career guidance and career development affecting individual’s position on the labour market and the mobility of individuals in their working life?
  • Can career guidance and career development help to prevent social marginalisation and exclusion? Is the role of the career guidance and career development changing?
  • How can career services be delivered to marginalised individuals and communities? How are we addressing the diversity of marginalised clients?
  • How can guidance empower individuals and communities and support collective actions e.g. for changes in the world of work etc.?
  • Career guidance should not be seen as a marginalised policy area – how can be career guidance better perceived as an all-inclusive measure for all who wish it? Preventive, interventive and compensative approaches in guidance.

… and other possible topics for discussion.