Changing boundaries: career, identity, and self. An international conference on research, practice and policy in career development’


Recording and presentations from the conference

Changing Boundaries: Career Identity and Self.


In April 2019 NICEC, the National Institute for Careers Education and Counselling hosted its International conference ‘Changing Boundaries; career identity and self: An international conference on research, practice and policy in career development’  in Manchester.

This page brings together videos of the key speakers and slides from the various workshops presented.

Dr John Amaechi, OBE 'Building inclusivity in thought leadership and practice- the power of storytelling as a means of change'. 


What does it take it take to create a diverse and ageless workplaces? Symposium
Presenters Rosemary McLean, Sharon Peake and Valerie Rowles


Professor Rie Thomsen's , 'Towards an Emancipatory Career Guidance'.

Panel Debate: Shaping and shifting identities: in our lives, work and careers. Chair: Wendy Hirsh, Panel: Stephen McNair, Jenny Bimrose, Sharon Peake and Nathan Iverson.


Below are a selection of Presentations and Posters from the NICEC conference 

Tom Staunton, Theorising the Labour Market
Theresa Thomson, Brexit: the Political is Personal

Siobhan Neary, Who are the Careers Workforce

Rosemary McLean, What does it take to Create a Diverse and Ageless Workplace

Laura Brammer and Katerina Lezova, How can Creative Practice Facilitate Reflection on Careers Self-learning?

Fiona Christie and Eileen Cunningham, There's no Place Like Home: Attitudes towards staying in the North West

Morag Walling, Agile and Responsive Graduates

Claudette Bailey-Morrissey, An exploration of the perceptions of careers leaders in preparing young people for the complex world of work

Ben Robertson, Poster 'Career Cartographies'

Cathy Brown, Building Career Capital

Corinne Holden, Poster 'Um, err, ahh...' Career practitioners' perceptions of weight

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