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Euroguidance examples of of good guidance projects and resources

The Euroguidance network (55 Centres in 32 EU countries) is a network of centres linking together the Careers Guidance systems in Europe. Euroguidance promotes mobility, helping guidance counsellors and individuals to better understand the opportunities available to European citizens throughout Europe. This database includes examples of good practice in guidance, projects concerning guidance and useful tools and resources for guidance from the Euroguidance member countries. The projects can be searched by topic, target group or by country of origin.

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Euroguidance Database of National Guidance Systems

This database supported by the Euroguidance Network includes descriptions of the guidance systems in the different Member States of the European Union, EEA and candidate countries.

Descriptions of National Guidance Systems

ELGPN database of LLG related initiatives and practices

Examples of Lifelong Guidance related initiatives and practices in ELGPN member countries

This database includes interesting Lifelong Guidance policy related initiatives and practices from the ELGPN member countries. The cases are selected and promoted by the national ELGPN representatives. The format for these examples is based on the European Commission’s Knowledge System for Lifelong Learning (KSLLL). Some examples include an additional narrative description for those who want more details of the implementation of the practice. The examples are categorised in accordance to the priorities of the EU Council 2008 Resolution on better integrating lifelong guidance into lifelong learning strategies and the OECD/EU 2004 handbook for guidance policy makers.