Eur-Alpha, the European network for adult literacy and numeracy, presented its findings on the 4th of September 2012 in Bonn. The three-year project came to an end this autumn.
The final conference gave the opportunity to learn how to get adult literacy learners actively involved and how tutors can be trained to promote the self-determination of learners. The members of the Eur-Alpha network also presented their Charter for tutor training: Achieving quality adult literacy and Literacy learners´ manifesto: Claiming the right to literacy. Moreover, it was discussed how literacy policies can be further developed.
The Eur-Alpha Network of literacy and numeracy practitioners, learners, trainers, researchers and policymakers (2009-2012) aimed at supporting and developing best quality practice in literacy and numeracy in Europe by: