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The European Council of Education Ministers adopted conlusions on "Rethinking Education: Investing in skills for better socio-economic outcomes".
EAEA´s new project Awareness Raising for Adult Learning and Education (ARALE) aims to collect best practices of awareness raising and advocacy campaigns for adult education in Europe. The project got its kick-off meeting on the 4th of February 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Spreading information about adult education from the countries of Europe and EU institutions is the aim and objective of the unique English service "European InfoNet Adult Education", which has been developed as part of an EU project and now restarts the service after a one year break. EAEA is partner of InfoNet.
European high-level meeting on skills anticipation in adult learning (EMSAAL) final report focuses on how skills needs can be translated into adult learning in practice.
EAEA has released a statement on European Commission's communication on Rethinking Education, presented last November.
EAEA Executive Board held its last meeting of 2012 in Istanbul, Turkey. In conncetion, the Board had a chance to visit two local Adult Education Centres.
Tania Berman is the newest addition to the EAEA staff. She is ready to serve EAEA´s present and future members.
EAEA´s logo will change in 2013. The new logo, designed by the EAEA Communications Officer Aura Vuorenrinne, will be taken into use gradually.
The European Commission has launched the EU Skills Panorama, a website presenting quantitative and qualitative information on short- and medium-term skills needs, skills supply and skills mismatches.