Breaking carrier barriers

While occupying a ‘neutral’ middle ground has its attractions, career [development] does not exist in a vacuum. Social structures and group identity influence choice, opportunity, inequality, advantage and disadvantage. If we wish to advocate for social justice and promote the well-being of all [career development participants] this may require (…) identifying ways in which these might be challenged. B. Irving

suphakit73-ID-100134084We carry-out on-site specific programmes and we establish partnerships aimed at breaking barriers for career development such as discrimination or lack of financial means.