|Time:||27.01.2014 - 27.01.2014|
|Location:||European Parliament, Room ASP 3H1, Brussels, Belgium|
The European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) and the German Institute for Adult Education (DIE), aim to make aware of the benefits of adult education and lifelong learning. The benefits of adult learning go way beyond the economic and job-benefits but extend to social and benefits, such as health, social cohesion, self-esteem, active citizenship and well-being. In this regard the BELL-Project was initiated, which has been researching and analyzing these benefits over the last two years in nine European Countries.
Based on facts, figures, policies and best practice examples this policy debate will discuss: What do we learn from the results of the BELL-project? How do these relate to the findings of PIAAC (OECD Survey of Adult Skills)? How can Adult Education react o these findings?
Monday, 27 January 2014, 15:00-17:00
European Parliament, Room ASP 3H1, Brussels, Belgium
Moderator: Ms Gina Ebner (Secretary General, EAEA)
WELCOME AND OPENING
Mr Mitro Repo (MEP, S&D)
RESULTS OF THE BELL (Benefits of Lifelong Learning) RESEARCH PROJECT
Mr Jyri Manninen (BELL-Project partner, University of Eastern Finland) and
Ms Marion Fleige (BeLL coordinator, DIE)
WIDER BENEFITS OF LIFELONG LEARNING IN PIAAC
Mr Jens Fischer-Kottenstede (European Commission, DG Education and Culture) tbc
THE POLICY PERSPECTIVE OF THE BENEFITS OF LIFELONG LEARNING
Ms Martina Ni-Cheallaigh (European Commission, DG Education and Culture) tbc
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