Androulla Vassiliou, the Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, appeals to MEPs on supporting Commission's views on the forthcoming programme for Education and Training, Youth and Sport.
GENERATION NEXT. Adult education professional Alistair (Al) Lockhart-Smith promotes the need for balance in adult education policy.
The negotiations over European Union´s new Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport are progressing. The final decision will be done earliest in May.
GENERATION NEXT. Swedish author and adult education organiser Thor Rutgersson is not afraid to seize opportunities.
Yesterday EAEA participated in a policy debate on the European Commission's Communication on "Rethinking Education: Investing in skills for better socio-economic outcomes" organized by MEP Katarína Neved'alová (S&D).
GENERATION NEXT. Portuguese adult educator Inês Cerca fights against social injustice in a country under a severe economic crisis.
The plenary meeting of the Civil Society Platform on Multilingualism took place in Brussels on the 8 March 2013. It was chaired as always by Uwe Mohr, Head of Language Department, from Goethe Institute.
The aim of "Know Your Lifestyle - Introducing Sustainable Consumption in 2nd-chance education" project is to offer young people the opportunity to look critically at their own consumption and to develop alternative courses of action.
During the last week two projects´ events took place in Brussels. Although they involve diverse stakeholders and had different aims, they try to tackle a problem which is always more perceived as a concrete and urgent danger in EU: social exclusion.
It was deep and snowy winter in Vienna, when the Outreach Empowerment Diversity (OED) network met in 17-18 January. However this didn´t hinder the heated discussions and conversation among the OED partners who came to Vienna, Austria, in order to finalise their first publication, share experiences and discuss future steps.