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2012 | 4 | 111-136
Article title

Rynek pracy i edukacji w krajach Afryki Północnej

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Title variants
EN
The labor market and education in the countries of North Africa
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Abstracts
PL
Przedmiotem niniejszego artykułu jest problematyka rynku pracy i edukacji w krajach Afryki Północnej, a w szczególności kwestie dotyczące kształcenia zawodowego. Celem pracy jest przedstawienie etapów rozwoju tego segmentu edukacji, wskazanie miejsca kształcenia zawodowego w systemie szkolnictwa oraz zbadanie jego znaczenia dla rynków pracy w krajach Afryki Północnej, a także analiza perspektyw zmian systemowych. Sprostanie wyzwaniom w dziedzinie edukacji wymaga wprowadzenia nowych instrumentów i metod pracy, przede wszystkim rozwinięcia współpracy administracji publicznej i sektora prywatnego. Dlatego też najwięcej miejsca poświęcono zbadaniu możliwości wspólnego zaangażowania instytucji państwowych i m.in. stowarzyszeń gospodarczych w działania na rzecz kształcenia zawodowego i promocji zatrudnienia.
EN
The subject of this article is the issue of labor market and education in the countries of North Africa and in particular issues related to vocational education. The aim is to present the stages of development of this segment of education, an indication of vocational education in the education system, to examine its implications for the labor markets of countries in North Africa and the prospects for systemic change. Meeting the challenges in this field requires the introduction of new instruments and methods of work and in particular the development of cooperation between public administration and the private sector. Therefore, the most space is devoted to exploring the possibility of joint commitment of state institutions and the business associations in the field of vocational training and employment promotion.
Year
Issue
4
Pages
111-136
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Contributors
  • Krakowska Akademia im Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Stosunków Międzynarodowych ul. Gustawa Herlinga-Grudzińskiego 1
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