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Revisiting the Genoa Charter: the individual at the centre of Italian and European guidance policies. International Forum o n Guidance Guidance policy priorities ten years after the Genoa Charter Genoa, Italy November 16-17, 2011. Dr. BORBÉLY-PECZE, Tibor Bors,
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International Forum on Guidance
Guidance policy priorities ten years after the Genoa Charter
November 16-17, 2011
Dr. BORBÉLY-PECZE, Tibor Bors,
member of the ELGPN Steering Group
Genoa Chart (2001)
ISFOL Report on Guidance 2010
(Kasurinen 2006, Vuorinen, Kasurinen & Sampson 2006)
Strategic design & policy development
- Not visible
Economic and work life structures
Leadership and management
Arrangement of education and support systems
Services visible for clients
Career and future planning
Guidance in study process and skills
Psychosocial support and health care services
Division of labor
Information and advice services
ICT services in counseling
Group counseling sessions
Individual counseling sessions
Citizen’s life & career management and implementation, Lifelong Guidance
Experience of family, acquintances, colleagues;
CM (community media)
Professionals I.Carreer guidance experts
Supported self information
Roles of the national coordinating body
Sustainment Professional support Service ensurance Service ensurance Professional contacts
Professional support Professional support
Moving towards a national LLG & LWG system
Original model Finnish PES 2006, modified by
Growing costs, intensity, special know-how
There is a political consensus at international level that guidance and counselling are seen as key strategic components for implementing lifelong learning and employment strategies at regional and national levels.
The progress can be enhanced if governments invest in the systems that support consistent and coherent lifelong guidance policy development.
This approach requires close co-operation between different ministries in charge of guidance related policies as well as a solid evidence base.
For further information, please contact:
Tibor Bors BORBÉLY-PECZE, Ph.D.
Member of the ELGPN Steering Group, Wp4 coordinator country
+ 36 30 216 0095