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

Apr. 29, 2017 by

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

Article by Priti Sharma

Apr. 24, 2017 by

Article by Priti Sharma “Soft skills in non-formal education: building capacities of the youth”   (English, Français, Español) Priti Sharma has over 19 years of work experience in the development sector and has worked on issues related to local governance, civil society

Comment by Carole Avande Houndjo

Apr. 24, 2017 by

Comment by Carole Avande Houndjo (English, Français) Coordinator of the Pamoja West Africa networking (Reflect Network practitioners and supporters) The article on ‘The new Skills Agenda for Europe’ is a summary of the arrangements put in place by the European Commission

Comment by Valerie Miller

Apr. 22, 2017 by

Comment by Valerie Miller (English) Co-founder and senior advisor to Just Associates, JASS, an international feminist movement-building support organization and network of activists, popular educators, and researchers Dear colleagues, compaňeras and compaňeros, Thank you Sandra for your warm welcome and

Comment by Rosa María Torres

Apr. 22, 2017 by

Comment by Rosa María Torres to the article from Dana Bachmann and Paul Holdsworth (English) From Ecuador, researcher, international adviser, specialist in literacy and Lifelong Learning, Ex-minister of Education and Cultures My comments refer to, and are triggered by, “The

Comment by Farrukh Tyuryaev

Apr. 19, 2017 by

Comment by Farrukh Tyuryaev (English) Association of Scientific & Technical Intelligentsia (ASTI), Tajikistan The European new skills agenda excellent example for re-thinking in Central Asia After reading the article by Dana Bachmann and Paul Holdsworth for several times, I caught

Comment by Cristina Maria Coimbra Vieira

Apr. 19, 2017 by

Comment by Cristina Maria Coimbra Vieira (English) Associate Professor,Faculty of Psychology and Sciences of Education, University of Coimbra, Portugal The paper entitled The New Skills Agenda for Europe, written by Dana Bachmann and Paul Holdsworth explains very clearly the most

Comment by Aleksandra Pejatović

Apr. 18, 2017 by

Comment by Aleksandra Pejatović (English) Department for Pedagogy and Andragogy, University of Belgrade, Serbia  Although Serbia is not yet a member of the EU the largest number of the identified problems, in the text, relating to the competence and qualifications