Comments by Moema L. Viezzer and Marcella Ballara

Apr. 30, 2017 by

Today we have two last comments: Comments by Moema L. Viezzer and Marcella Ballara Comments by Moema L. Viezzer(English,  Español) Brazilian sociologist and popular educator with a special focus on womens´ rights for gender equity and socio-environmental education and action. She

Comment by Monica Osorio Simons

Apr. 30, 2017 by

Comment by Monica Osorio Simons (English,  Español) SEEKING TRANSFORMATION FROM OTHER COMPETENCES Biologist, Specialist in Environmental Education, Master in Education; Retired from the Municipal Health Department of Guarulhos with 30 years of experience in Health Promotion and Environmental Education; Founding

Comment by Timothy D. Ireland

Apr. 30, 2017 by

Comment by Timothy D. Ireland UNESCO Chair in Youth and Adult Education, Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil. (English) Skills and competences in a pluriversal world When I was younger, so much younger than today, Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World

Comment by Imelda Arana Sáenz

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Comment by Imelda Arana Sáenz (English, Español)  Skills and competences in a world of diverse and complex regions Colombian National Group of the Network of popular education among women of Latin America and the Caribbean I am grateful to the ICAE

Comment by Balázs Nemeth

Apr. 30, 2017 by

Comment by Balázs Nemeth (English) Institute of Adult Education and HRD, University of Pécs, Hungary The article of Priti Sharma from PRIA on the roles and impact of soft skills collected and developed in non-formal education to develop the capacities

Comment by Jose Roberto Guevara

Apr. 30, 2017 by

Comment by Jose Roberto Guevara (English) Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Australia Reading Priti Sharma’s paper on “Soft skills in non-formal education: building capacities of the youth” published in Adult Education and Development 83 (2016) have made me

Comment by Bolanle C. Simeon-Fayomi

Apr. 29, 2017 by

Comment by Bolanle C. Simeon-Fayomi (English) SCAIS Fellow/Visiting Senior Lecturer/Researcher, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg I find this article particularly of great interest as discuss in literature and education in all its form has being taken a very cursory view of soft skills

Comment by Fanny Gómez

Apr. 29, 2017 by

Comment by Fanny Gómez (English,  Español) Pedagogue. University Javeriana. Bogota “In young people society has placed hope and yet, they are the least supported. They tend to be spoken by society, their voice commonly underestimated, classified in extremes as promise

Comment by Robert Jjuuko

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Comment by Robert Jjuuko (English) Education and Development Initiatives Uganda (EDI Uganda) Youth soft skills against injustice: but of course not subordinating job aims Context This comment is motivated by Sharma’s article titled soft-skills in non-formal education: building capacities of

Comment by Limbani Eliya Nsapato

Apr. 28, 2017 by

Comment by Limbani Eliya Nsapato (English) Edukans International, Country Representative for Malawi, Lilongwe I would like to congratulate Priti Sharma for writing a lucid article which describes the importance of soft skills with special focus on the youth and the