The only thing worth fighting for is the future

Last week I gave a lecture at the Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy at the University of Melbourne. The lecture examined the interface between career guidance, public policy and politics. It particularly argued that we need to refocus our thinking about career guidance around a social justice agenda.

The presentation is now available to view in full.

The only think worth fighting for is the future: Rethinking career guidance as an instrument for social justice

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