UniTwin annual meeting

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On Friday 18 June, the annual meeting of the UniTwin network members took place. The conference lasted four hours and was rich in content. Many proposals were made for the network to flourish in the future. The two new scientific coordinators are Professors Valérie Cohen-Scali (CNAM, Paris) and Sanna Vehviläinen (University of Eastern Finland), while Professor Rossier (UNIL, Switzerland) was elected vice-rector.

Some members wished to share with you their presentation of the day. Please find them attached below.

Ronald Sultana’s manifesto

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You may wish to watch and disseminate this 6-minute visual meditation on the theme of equity, diversity and inclusion:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo0NmrcEYLs&t=1s


This is Ronald Sultana’s reflection on a Manifesto that was launched by Professors Laura Nota and Salvatore Soresi from the University of Padova (Italy).
The Manifesto for Inclusion represents ideas and proposals by over 600 academics and practitioners from all over the world. The Manifesto was formally launched at a conference held in Padova between 5-7 October 2017, with the title “Decent Work, Equity and Inclusion: Passwords for the Present and the Future”. The Manifesto articulates a different way of being in the world, promoting a set of values alternative to the ones we associate with neo-liberalism, and which promote inclusion and socially just practices at all levels of society.

The Manifesto as well as a volume edited by Nota and Soresi with reflections on the Manifesto are available at https://www.unipd.it/counseling-and-support2017/en/manifesto.

Feel free to use as a teaching resource and to share with friends.

ILO: New agreement on development cooperation

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On 1 April, President Guy Parmelin received Mr Guy Ryder, the Director-General of the International Labour Organization ILO. In the presence of employers’ and workers’ associations, they signed Switzerland’s new agreement on development cooperation with the ILO. Mr Parmelin also announced that Switzerland had joined Alliance 8.7, a global platform to eliminate child labour, forced labour and human trafficking.

Please find attached the official disclaimer.

https://www.seco.admin.ch/seco/en/home/seco/nsb-news/medienmitteilungen-2021.msg-id-82973.html

International Division of Applied Psychology

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On Tuesday, June 15, 2021, the webinar entitled Addressing the Career Counseling Needs of People with Marginalization. This webinar will deal with possible ways to address the career counselling needs of people with marginalization – especially people that mostly have no one to turn to for career counseling whose profound sense of hopelessness, desperation, anxiety, and sadness.

Please find attached the link to the program and inscription form.

https://iaapsy.org/members/webinars/addressing-the-career-counseling-needs-of-people-with-marginalization-division-16/

Please find attached the link to the local time calculator.

https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=IAAP+Webinar+Series%3A+Addressing+the+Career+Counseling+Needs+of+People+with+Marginalization&iso=20210615T12&p1=%3A&ah=1

International symposium

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On May 17-21 (2021) an engaging gathering organized by the UNESCO Chair DCMÉT, online and with open access will take place. The aim is to discuss, co-create, and reflect upon democracy, global citizenship and transformative education, with researchers, educators, activists, and members of civil society from around the world.

Please find attached the program and registration link

Please, find attached the link to the video description.