Career Guidance Provision in COVID-19 Aftermath

June 8, 2020

Dear Colleagues,
UNESCO, ILO, OECD, ICCDPP, EC, CEDEFOP, and ETF are undertaking a first joint survey to gather information on the impact of COVID-19 on career guidance policies, systems and practices worldwide. These international organisations support policies and systems for career guidance in the education, employment, and community sectors, and support universal access to such services.

The questionnaire is aimed at career guidance policy makers/developers, social partners, managers of national, regional, local, and institutional guidance services, NGOs, and leaders of professional associations for career guidance. Practitioners may also complete the survey.

Please forward the link to other relevant contacts whom you think can respond to the questions. The survey links will be open until 30 June 2020.

The results of the survey can be used to inform future policies and programs related to career guidance in your country and those of international organisations.

The questionnaire is available here:

If you have any question or comment on the survey, please contact John McCarthy:
Stay safe

John McCarthy, Director, ICCDPP
8th June 2020

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.  

ICCDPP supports the organizing and hosting of international symposia on career development and public policy, the most recent of which was held in Tromso, Norway, June 2019 (​Visit website). It also undertakes the international and national follow-up to the recommendations of these symposia.

Sharing developments and progress in our field benefits everyone. 

ICCDPP acknowledges the interest and support of the Danish Ministry of Education for its work


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