30 stakeholders' adopt common messages on the "Erasmus for All" Programme proposal
A coalition of 30 European networks gathering thousands of organizations in secondary and higher education, vocational education and training, youth, adult education and popular education has adopted common messages on the proposed future "Erasmus for All" programme.
Policy: Adult Education and Migration
EAEA recently published a paper on migration. It
includes a set of 13 recommendations as well as an analysis of the current
situation, a look at key concepts, and a call for a coherent and coordinated strategy that tackles both migrants´ skills and
competences and intercultural activities across Europe.
Linguistic diversity in Europe needs strong multilingualism policies
Civil society organisations meet EU stakeholders in Madrid.
Equal citizenship in EU?
The topic of active and equal citizenship has been high on Europe's
disability agenda this November. The Council of Europe adopted its
Recommendation on participation of people with disabilities in political
and public life.
EU in jeopardy: Prioritise Solidarity and an Inclusive Europe 2020
Brussels, 05 December 2011 - In advance of the EU Council meeting on 8
and 9 December, EAPN has sent a letter to EU Prime Ministers outlining
their proposals for a way out of the crisis which prioritises solidarity
and an inclusive Europe 2020 Strategy.
The new 'Creative Europe' programme unveiled by the European Commission
With a proposed budget of €1.8 billion for the period 2014-2020, the new
programme represents a 37% increase on current spending levels. It
would allocate more than €900 million in support of the cinema and
audiovisual sector and almost € 500 million for culture.
Lifelong Learning online? Have your say
The European Commission, DG Education and Culture, is considering the
launch of a new electronic Platform for Adult Education in
Europe (EPALE). The idea is to help develop the adult learning
community in Europe by creating an interactive online forum accessible to all organisations and people involved in providing
adult learning opportunities in Europe.
New phone numbers for EAEA Helsinki
As of today the landlines of the EAEA Helsinki unit are no longer operational. To reach us you need to use our mobile phones. The best nunber to use is +358-50-593 0924.