The AEMA Network, Adult Education Made Accessible, www.aemanet.eu, aims at increasing the accessibility, participation, transparency and quality of Adult Education in Europe. One of the tools the network is currently exploring to address the accessibility challenge is Open Badges.
Since 2013 DVV International and the EAEA, together with other European partners, have been implementing the project ‘Know your Lifestyle’ which aims at contributing to raising awareness on sustainable consumption at the European level. A series of teaching modules addressed primarily at young learners participating in Second Chance Education programmes was developed in collaboration with NGOs and teachers.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The situation-based preventive project 'Alpha-Power in the Health Sector' won the National Category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015. The project trained health staff to understand the connection between basic skills and health.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The IROHLA project aims to have an impact on the way we deliver health services to older people in Europe, helping them to better manage their own health. The project is the winner in the European category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015.
The Literacy Week organised by the European Literacy Network (ELINET), runs from the 8th to the 17th of September 2015. There are 150 events across Europe, including workshops and photo contests.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Comprehensive Abortion Care project, the winner of the International Category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015, sets advocacy and education on safe abortion in focus. As a result, over 10,000 Ghanaians have been reached through Queen Mothers.
The 2030 United Nations' (UN) Agenda for Sustainable Development is finally here. The International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) is dissatisfied at the outcome document.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The health status of migrants and ethnic minority groups is often worse than that of the average population. MEET project aims at strengthening the recognition of multiculturalism and include migration-related competences in the health care services.
Mundo-J is an eco-renovated building, having a central location in the heart of the European district and gathering under the same roof more than thirty actors for social change. One year after moving in, the EAEA Secretariat reflects upon the change of premises.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Socioeconomic disadvantage is strongly associated with indicators of ill health in all Member States and regions of the European Union. Health Equity 2020 project aims to assist Member States and regions to develop evidence-based action plans on reducing health inequalities, and seek funding to address the issues.