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Les Fongecif, territoires d'équité ou d'égalité pour la formation continue ?

Abstract : The Fongecif, territories of equity or of equality in access to continuing training ?
The CIF (Congé individuel de formation) is conceived as an individual and collective labor law. In each region, agencies were created to manage this device : the Fongecif. But, what are those regional declensions of welfare policy ? How does Fongecif reconcile constraint of rarity and principle of equality of all in front of the law ? Some are both questions which this article tries to answer. If this right is acquired for all the eligible employees, it is constrained by funding requests. Beyond a formal legal equality, the ways to mobilize the idea of justice seem different in the regions, with two main selection practices which reflect two ways of thinking equality. Fongecif appear, therefore, as places of production of specific norms and their practices and strategies give a particular meaning to the national right. As such, they seem contribute to the creation of territorial disparities in the access of the employees to this individual training right.
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Sarah Ghaffari, André Giffard, Christine Guégnard, Anne Moysan-Louazel, Gérard Podevin. Les Fongecif, territoires d'équité ou d'égalité pour la formation continue ?. Travail et Emploi, 2008, 116, pp.57-68. ⟨10.4000/travailemploi.4047⟩. ⟨halshs-00356464⟩



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