Lenka Martinkovičová dealt with the topics of career management and construction and specifically career adaptability in her dissertation. She has undergone a number of courses e.g.: the Swiss CH-Q method, Coaching Approach in Career Counselling, Job Navigation Workshop. She participated in long-term trainnings in artetherapy and dialogical and constructivist approaches MODI.
Ronald G. Sultana is professor at the University of Malta, where he directs the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Research. His research focuses on comparative analyses of career guidance across Europe, Middle East and North Africa. He uses a range of theoretical lenses to consider the impact of neo-liberalism and globalization on life trajectories in different contexts.
Jean-Jacques Ruppert studied psychology and educational sciences in Scotland, France and Germany. Since 1994 employed by the Ministry of Education working as an educational psychologist and counsellor at the ‚Lycée classique de Diekirch’ in Luxembourg. Also head of the ‚Applied Vocational Psychology and Policy research unit’, a multinational scientific research unit.
Martin Kopecký is a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management, Charles University. He lectures in sociology of education, philosophy of education of the adults, citizenship education and education policy. His research interests focus on education politics and its development in the processes of Europeanization and globalization.
Iva Kirovová is a psychologist with domestic and foreign work experience in various areas of applied psychology. She has introduced a course Career counselling (Charles University, Department of Psychology) and courses Career development and Individual career development (Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Economics, Department of Management).
Ingela Bergmo Prvulovic is a lecturer at the Department of Education, Stockholm University. Her research focuses on the meaning of career, working life transformation and its implications for career guidance and professionalization processes. Her research interests spans over multidisciplinary fields, and involves career guidance and counselling, human resource development and adult learning.
Maria Eduarda Duarte is Full Professor at the University of Lisbon, Faculty of Psychology. Her professional interests include career psychology theory and research, with special emphasis on issues relevant to adults and the world of work. Her publications have encompassed topics on adult’s career problems, testing and assessment, and counselling process.
Tristram Hooley is Director of Research, The Careers & Enterprise Company; Professor in Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. His research focuses on the relationship between policy, politics and practice in education and career guidance. He is particularly interested in technology, social justice and identity formation.