ACTEC wants to contribute to creating a more dignified world by providing solutions to socio-economic injustices. Developed countries spend on average €8,500 per year and per young person on basic education and vocational training. This training makes an exponential contribution to developing their personality and makes them autonomous. From a macro-economic standpoint, these countries have an essential resource to ensure the equitable progress of their societies and citizens: their own, well-educated population, which has received effective vocational training.
In the countries of the South, the investment in vocational training is €50, 100, 200, 500…per year per person. This explains the gap between the “two worlds” which perpetuates and aggravates injustices.