ARALE - Awareness Raising for Adult Learning and Education
The ARALE Project aims at collecting awareness raising and advocacy campaigns for adult education in Europe directed at the general public and policy-makers. The objective is to get better information and knowledge about awareness raising campaigns and better know-how on how to organise, structure and execute campaigns from a civil society perspective. Coordinated by EAEA with the support of two partners, the Danish Adult Education Association (DAEA) and the Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association, this project will give a stronger support for the European agenda on adult learning through the application of advocacy campaigns and further tools to improve people´s participation in lifelong learning.
BeLL - Benefits of Lifelong Learning
This is the first project to collect comparative quantitative and
qualitative data on measurable individual benefits of participation in
adult education. The empirical data will provide guidance for
policymakers, increasing the visibility of adult education in political
discourse and encouraging investment in a frequently marginalized form
ENIL - European Network for Intergenerational Learning
The main aim of the European Network in Intergenerational Learning is to promote Intergenerational Learning (IGL) by bringing together and supporting sustainable, effective practice in the field and by facilitating the exchange of ideas and expertise beyond individual projects, and by creating a mechanism for practitioners to influence policy and practice.
GO-ACT - Generations in actions - the role of intergenerational learning in active ageing
The GO-ACT project focuses on intergenerational learning in different fields, such as adult education, working life, early year´s education, and intercultural contexts.
InfoNet III - InfoNet Adult Education
European InfoNet Adult is a European network in the frame of the Lifelong Learning Programm / Grundtvig Network.
OED - Outreach Empowerment Diversity
This network brings together 16 organisations from 14 countries. Our aim is to tackle the need for outreach to marginalised groups, especially migrants and ethnic minorities, for the development of more diversity in adult education, and especially the inclusion of learners´ voices, and for the empowerment of its learners to become active European citizens.
ROM-ACT - Widening Roma women´s access to non-formal and informal learning validation systems
The aim of ROM-ACT is to widen recognition of the skills and
competences that the Roma community has acquired in formal and non-formal
activities and to encourage centres for adult education and civil society
organizations to support non-academic Roma women in their process of informal
and non-formal learning validation.