The International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (an international non-profit organisation) collects, publishes and disseminates policy material internationally, and in different languages, to help countries and regions/states/provinces to make better policies and strategies for career guidance for their citizens.
The material is primarily aimed at policy makers and developers, managers of career services, leaders of the career guidance professional associations, and policy evaluators.
In addition to supporting the organizing and hosting of international symposia on career development and public policy, ICCDPP aims to keep you regularly informed of new and relevant materials for policy development for career guidance through its website www.iccdpp.org and through its monthly email which has a circulation of over 1500 people worldwide.
GOOD EXAMPLES OF POLICIES
Visit the new Good Examples feature of the ICCDPP website. We have just uploaded four examples in English:
NORWAY: Developing a lifelong guidance system
FINLAND: One Stop Guidance Centres (for those under 30 years of age)
CROATIA: One Stop Lifelong Guidance Centres
The examples can be accessed by Language (the examples above are in English) and by World Region (the examples above are from Europe)..
If you have good examples of policies that you wish to share and have them uploaded to the ICCDPP website or if you have material on new developments in policy, strategy, programme, and policy and systems evaluation for career guidance that you wish to share with the international community, please send them to John McCarthy: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharing developments and progress in our field benefits everyone.