International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy (ICCDPP)
2006 Strasbourg France
Proposed at OECD International Review of Career Guidance symposium, Toronto (Canada), 2003. Established 2004, within E-XE5357 - European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training. Set up as a separate legal entity, 2006, Strasbourg (France). Moved to Wellington (New Zealand), 2010. Relocated to Nice (France), 2013. Incorporated as a not for profit legal entity in Denmark, 2018.
Facilitate and promote international policy sharing and policy learning for public career guidance provision through its website, newsletter, and international symposia for career guidance and public policy.
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