Konferencja we Florencji 2015

How can career and life designing interventions contribute to a fair and sustainable development and to the implementation of decent work over the world?
UNESCO Chair on Lifelong Guidance and Counseling
Conference in Florence 2015

Thursday, 4 June, 2015
Aula Magna Rettorato, P.zza San Marco 4

8.30 – 9.00 Registration
9.00 – 9.30 Opening ceremony

  • Alberto Tesi, Rector of the University of Florence
  • Fabio Lucidi, President of the Italian Association of Psychology (AIP)
  • Paolo Federighi, Director of the Department of Education and Psychology, University of Florence
  • Fulvio Giardina, President of the National Board of Italian Psychologists (CNOP)

9.30 – 10.30 Introduction to the conferenceAnnamaria Di Fabio (University of Florence) & Jean Guichard (Head of the UNESCO Chair, University of Wroclaw, Poland and CNAM, Paris, France) & Jean Guichard (Head of the UNESCO Chair, University of Wroclaw, Poland and CNAM, Paris, France)

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 11.45 Plenary conferenceShyamal Majumdar, Head of UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre, Paris, France Guidance and counseling as a strategy to fulfill Post- 2015 Agenda

11.45 – 12.00 Discussion

12.00 – 13.00 From research to policy – moderated by Marco Depolo (University of Bologna) & Annamaria Di Fabio (AIP for Organizations)

Participants: Federico Cinquepalmi (Direzione Generale per lo studente lo sviluppo e l'internazionalizzazione della formazione superiore, MIUR), Emmanuele Bobbio (Assessore Regione Toscana, Istruzione, Formazione, Università e Ricerca)

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

Department of Education and Psychology, Via Laura 48

14.00 – 15.30 Workshops line A: Training for practitioners, implement research and build up tools for a fair and sustainable human development

14.00 – 15.30 Workshops line B: Training for practitioners, implement research and build up tools to decent work all over the world

15.30 – 16.00 Coffee break

16.00 – 17.30 Workshops line A and line B (continue)

17.30 – 18.30 Roundtable – moderated by Paola Binetti (Campus Biomedico University of Rome), Mario Fulcheri (AIP Clinical and Dynamics Psychology, University of Chieti) & Annamaria Di Fabio (AIP for Organizations)
Participants: Speranzina Ferraro (MIUR), Anna Grimaldi (ISFOL), Dina Guglielmi (University of Bologna), Guido Sarchielli (Uni.Co), PierGiovanni Bresciani (SIPLO)

Friday, 5 June 2015
Department of Education and Psychology, Via Laura 48

9.00 – 9.45 Plenary conferenceDavid Blustein, Lynch School of Education, Boston College (USA) Which career and life designing interventions to develop decent work in a fair and sustainable world economy?

9.45 – 10.45 Workshops line A and line B (continue)

10.45 – 11.15 Coffee break

11.15 – 13.00 Workshops line A and line B (continue and finish)

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

Aula Battilani, Via S. Reparata 27

14.00 – 16.30 Reporters’ symposium: reporters of each workshop present their syntheses + exchanges with the audience

16.30 – 17.00 General conclusions & Announcement of the next conference UNESCO in Wroclaw Violetta Podgórna (University of Wroclaw, Poland), & Jean Guichard (Head of the UNESCO Chair, University of Wroclaw, Poland and CNAM, Paris, France)

17.00 – 17.30 Coffee & refreshment

17.30 – 19.00 Meeting of the Chair Council with the enlarged UNITWIN

Saturday, 6 June 2015
Department of Education and Psychology, Via Laura 48

9.00 – 10.30 Meeting of the International Research Group on Relationships with work

10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30 Meeting of the Chair Council

 LINE A WORKSHOPS - Training for practitioners, implement research and build up tools for a fair and sustainable human development

LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 1 AULA: Aula Magna (ground floor)
Language: English

Moderator: Maria Eduarda Duarte, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Reporter: Lyn Barham, NICEC, Bath, United Kingdom

Presenters:
Lyn Barham, NICEC, Bath, United Kingdom
Green Guidance – action for a sustainable future

Cátia Marques, University of Minho, Portugal
Qualitative Approach of Ethical Questioning in Career Domain in Adolescence

Barbara Bassot, Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom
Challenging limiting assumptions: the Career Thinking Session (CTS) as a tool for the professional development of student career counselors

Raffaella De Rosa, Bolzano, Italy
The global system crisis

Nicole McDonald, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia
Vocational Psychology for Farming, Food, and Fibre

Ornella Bucci & Annamaria Di Fabio, University of Florence, Italy
Green guidance and positive psychology

Peter McIlveen, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia
Vocational Psychology for Farming, Food, and Fibre

Participants:

  • Brian Moylan, Victoria, Australia
  • Shahinaz Khalil, University of Marburg, Germany
  • Corinne Walliser, Berna, Svizzera
  • Massimo Bellotto, University of Verona, Italy


LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 2 AULA: Aula Altana (3rd floor)
Language: English

Moderator: Jean-Pierre Dauwalder , University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Reporter: Susan Weber, Philipps University of Marburg, Germany

Presenters:
Susan Weber, Philipps University of Marburg, Germany
Train the Coach” Strategy for future based counseling, leadership and development of the transitional Self in Higher Education

Giancarlo Tanucci, Amelia Manuti, & Dominga Camardella, University of Bari, Italy
To be NEET or not to be NEET? That's the question. A study on the psycho-social determinants of career choices and aspirations of NEETs

Violetta Drabik-Podgórna & Marek Podgórny, University of Wroclaw, Poland
Academic coaching: Promoting the idea of sustainable development among future counsellors

Annamaria Di Fabio & Alessio Gori, University of Florence, Italy
Decent work and sustainable careers: a review

Participants:

  • Dora Kotai, Rimini, Italy
  • Migena Selcetaj, University of Cesena, Italy
  • Iva Sverko, The Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Science, Zagreb, Croatia
  • Carola Murari, University of Turin, Italy (student)
  • Cristina Formiconi, University of Macerata, Italy
  • Clemencia Rando, Rome, Italy


LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 3 AULA: A7 (2nd floor, 4 June) A2 (2nd floor, 5 June)
Language: Italian

Moderator:
Dina Guglielmi, University of Bologna, Italy
Reporter: Dina Guglielmi/Guido Sarchielli, University of Bologna, Italy

Presenters:
Dina Guglielmi, University of Bologna, Italy
Introduction:Competenze per la gestione delle nuove carriere: chi, quando e come svilupparle?

Francesco Pisanu, IPRASE, Trento, Italy
Alla ricerca di innovazione nel sistema di orientamento in Trentino: life skills, career education, school to work curriculum e imprenditorialità

Maria Graziella Pellegrini , Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia
Percorsi ROP - Rimotivazione e Orientamento Professionale

Massimo Peron, Ciofs fp Emilia Romagna
Competenze per il self management e formazione professionale

Michela Cortini, Francesco Varagona, Fidelma De Luca, University of di Chieti and IAL Marche
Quale formazione per promuovere l'employability dei cassa integrati? Una ricerca-azione

Rita Chiesa, University of Bologna, Italy
Obiettivo self management: sviluppare competenze superando le barriere

Paola Paolinelli, Region Marche
Competenze per il career self management nelle linee guida regionali

Participants:

  • Guido Sarchielli, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Giancarlo Tanucci, University of Bari, Italy
  • Marco Giovanni Mariani, University of Bologna, Italy
  • Annalisa Rinaldi, Work psychologist, Parma, Italy
  • Laura Taccaliti, IAL Marche

LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 4 AULA: A1 (1st floor, 4 June) A6 (1st floor, 5 June)
Language: Italian

Moderator: Anna Grimaldi, ISFOL, Roma, Italy

Reporter: Anna Grimaldi/ Concetta Fonzo, ISFOL, Rome, Italy

Presenters:
Anna Grimaldi, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Introduction: Il costrutto dell'occupabilità: dai paradigmi culturali al modello Isfol

Stefania Capogna, Campus University di Roma

Giorgio Sangiorgi, University of Cagliari, Italy
Il costrutto dell'occupabilità: dai paradigmi culturali al modello Isfol

Rita Porcelli, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Il costrutto dell'occupabilità: dai paradigmi culturali al modello Isfol

Concetta Fonzo, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
La strategia europea sull'occupabilità: dai documenti politici alle pratiche professionali

Alessia Rossi, partner Polis2000 Torino
Gli strumenti per l'occupabilità

Maria Luigia Cusano, Porta Futuro Roma
l programma Garanzia giovani: l'esperienza di Roma città Metropolitana

Paolo Sciclone, Edaforum, Italy
Apprendimento e orientamento permanente: verso un modello lifelong integrato

Antonella Bonfa, University of Genova
L'università per favorire l'occupabilità dei giovani: alcune esperienze italiane significative

Lucia Sessa, Ciofs Piemonte

Carla Ruffini, University of Bologna, Italy
La metodologia del bilancio di competenze: un intreccio tra apprendimento, orientamento e certificazione delle competenze

Participants:

  • Roberta Verdi, University of Genova, Italy
  • Luana Cerri Boni, Perugia, Italy


LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 5 AULA: A5 (1st floor, 4 June) A1 (2nd floor, 5 June)
Language: Italian

Moderator: Pier Giovanni Bresciani , University of Bologna, Italy
Reporter: Pier Giovanni Bresciani /Claudio Oliva, Job Centre, Comune di Genova

Presenters:
Federica De Luca, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Proiezione del documentario RAI-ISFOL. L’esperienza vale

Gabriella Di Francesco, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Autovalutazione e self-assessment delle competenze trasversali come strumento di sviluppo personale

Pier Giovanni Bresciani, University of Bologna, Italy
Introduzione: Il riconoscimento delle competenze come felice malinteso. Proposte per la discussione

Luciano Galliani, University of Padova; RUIAP
La formazione degli operatori per il riconoscimento delle competenze. Problemi e indicazioni emergenti dall’esperienza

Elisabetta Perulli , ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Individuazione, validazione e certificazione delle competenze. Processi, servizi, finalità

Vincenzo Sarchielli, Studio Méta & associate
Problema o dilemma? La ricostruzione delle competenze tra sviluppo personale e regolazione istituzionale

Loredana Aldigheri, MAG Verona
Ricostruire e riconoscere le competenze per la autoimprenditorialità sociale. Riflessioni a partire da una esperienza

Federica De Luca, ISFOL, Rome, Italy
Il valore del riconoscimento. Riflessioni a partire dall’esperienza di un documentario sperimentale

Claudio Oliva, Job Centre, Comune di Genova
‘Extracompetenze’. Il rapporto tra ricostruzione dell’esperienza e progettazione dello sviluppo personale e professionale

Participants:

  • Marcella Offeddu, Studio Méta & associati
  • Enrica Conti, Work psychologist
  • Elisabetta Beccio, CIOFS Piemonte, Italy
  • Chiara Ortali, CIOFS Piemonte, ITaly
  • Laura Gioria, UMANA, Italy
  • Claudio Natali, professional
  • Zoppi Elena, Florence, Italy  


LINE A WORKSHOPS
Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00 |

WORKSHOP 6 AULA: LB5 (2nd floor)
Language: Italian

Moderator:
Severino De Pieri, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Treviso, Italia
Annalisa Isdraele Romano, Department of Psychology, Istituto Universitario Salesiano Venezia (IUSVE)

Reporter: Diego Boerchi, CROSS – University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy

Presenters:
Severino De Pieri, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Treviso, Italy
Existential and ‘vocational’ guidance: a new approach for career counselors

Diego Boerchi, CROSS - University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
WID Model. Willing, Intrusive and in Difficulty. Un nuovo modello per misurare la percezione degli studenti sul supporto genitoriale alle proprie scelte di carriera

Annalisa Isdraele Romano, Department of Psychology, Istituto Universitario Salesiano Venezia (IUSVE), Italy
Sviluppo umano sostenibile: l'apporto dell'orientamento educativo e vocazionale. Comunicazione sull’efficacia dell'orientamento consulenziale nella scuola

Diego Boerchi, University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano
Kimberly Howard, Boston University – Boston
Developing vocational choice abilities to increase the career-related efficacy all life long

Participants:

  • Giorgio Biondi, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Cesena, Italy
  • Liviana Canduzzi, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Cesena, Italy
  • Claudia Valle, IUSVE - Istituto Universitario Salesiano Venezia, Italy (student)
  • Caramelli Gaia, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy
  • Codeluppi Giuseppe, Reggio Emilia, Italy
  • Fiumefreddo Arianna, Trento, Italy
  • Sara Piccolo, Education 2.0, Messina, Italy
  • Francesca Bottai, Co&SO Firenze, Italy
  • Giorgia Tosatto, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Cesena, Italy
  • Giada Toso, Associazione "Centro COSPES" Onlus, Cesena, Italy

LINE B WORKSHOPS - Training for practitioners, implement research and build up tools to decent work all over the world

Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 7 AULA: SM2 (3rd floor)
Language: French

Moderator: Jean-Luc Bernaud, INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France

Reporter: Jean Jacques Pouyaud, University of Bordeaux, France

Presenters:
Jean-Luc Bernaud, INETOP-CNAM, Paris, France
Comment les cadres théoriques de la sagesse peuvent aider à construire des pratiques d'orientation favorisant le développement humain ?

Letizia Palazzeschi & Annamaria Di Fabio, University of Florence, Italy
Marginalization and precariat: The challenge of intensifying and widening life construction interventions

Marceline Bangali, Université Laval ‐CRIEVAT – Québec, Canada
Egalité d’accès à l’enseignement supérieur et développement humain durable : un projet d’étude comparative internationale sur le rôle des dispositifs d’orientation

Christian Maggiori, HES-SO – Haute école de travail social Fribourg, Germany
The role of personal resources in the context of insecure work conditions and professional transitions

Participants:

  • Jean Jacques Pouyaud, University of Bordeaux, France
  • Gabriela Aisenson, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Genevieve Fournier, CRIEVAT, Université Laval, Canada
  • Nadia Raimondi, Consulente di orientamento per il settore politiche giovanili del Comune di Bergamo, Italy
  • Cristina Crippa, Consulente di orientamento per il settore politiche giovanili del Comune di Bergamo, Italia
  • Sandra Furlanetto, University of Florence
  • Janiery Da Silva Castro, Florence, Italy


LINE B WORKSHOPS

Thursday 4th June 2015: 14.00-15.30, 16.00-17.30 - Friday, 5th June 2015: 9.45-10.45, 11.15-13.00

WORKSHOP 8 AULA: A3 (1st floor, 4 June) A4 (1st floor)
Language: English

Moderator: Jacobus Gideon Maree, University of Pretoria, South Africa& Annamaria Di Fabio University of Florence, Italy

Reporter: Jacobus Gideon Maree, University of Pretoria, South Africa& Annamaria Di Fabio University of Florence, Italy

Presenters:
Jacobus Gideon Maree, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Employing: Career counselling to help people challenged by unemployment and poverty to become employable (and find decent work)

Annastecia Ozioma‐Amechi, Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Implementation of ‘strategic social investments’ for sustainable community development and business promotion in Nigeria

Alberto Peruzzi, University of Florence, Italy
Philosophy and the notion of poverty and decent work

Lori Foster Thompson, North Carolina State University, USA
The development and use of occupational information

Annamaria Di Fabio, University of Florence, Italy
Poverty and decent work: widening the perspective with a transdisciplinary approach

Federica Emanuel, University of Turin, Italy

Margherita Zito, University of Turin, Italy
Dynamics of well-being at work in precarious workers

Jussi Silvonen, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
Some Finnisch experiences of career group counseling

Annamaria Di Fabio, University of Florence, Italy
Intrapreneurial Self- Capital for challenges posed by unemployment and poverty

Marcelo Ribeiro, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
Some contributions of the Brazilian career counseling to develop a decent work

Participants:

  • David Blustein, Boston College, USA
  • Wendi Schweiger, NBCC-I, Greensboro, NC, USA
  • Viviana Valenzuela, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Alicja Kargulowa, DSW Wrocław, Poland
  • Józef Kargul, DSW Wrocław, Poland
  • Beata Kwasieborski, Studium Philosophique ‐Ethique‐Social de Jean Paul II Paris, France

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