Social justice in lifelong guidance for adults
Professionalisation of teachers and staff
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Themes and goals:
How to give guidance and counselling to clients representing minorities? What kind of ethical tensions may arise in a guidance encounter? How to deal with racism in guidance and counselling? Is there room for otherness? Do our guidance services reach those who need guidance? Is there social justice in our guidance? These are some of the questions we will address at the seminar. The seminar is targeted to everyone involved in the guidance and counselling of adults, especially to those working with minorities, immigrants or discrimination issues.
The seminar aims at giving the participants both theoretical, methodological and practical tools to deal with social justice issues.
The seminar will be organized in Lapland in Levi (Kittilä). There are several flights daily from Helsinki-Vantaa (HEL) airport to Kittilä (KTT) and direct flights also from different parts of Europe in November. The seminar will start with a get-together event in the evening of 26 November and end with lunch on 29 November.
Partners and participants
FI01 - Finnish National Agency for Education
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Profile of participants:
Everyone involved in the guidance and counselling of adults, especially those working with minorities, immigrants or discrimination issues.
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Accepted co-organising partner(s):
AT01 - 2 BE02 - 2 DE02 - 2 DK01 - 1 EE01 - 2 EL01 - 3 IE01 - 2 IT02 - 2 LT01 - 2 LU01 - 3 LV01 - 2 MT01 - 1 NL01 - 1 NO01 - 2 PL01 - 3 SK01 - 2 PT01 - 2 SE01 - 2
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