As an adult and an MEP I too have had to learn many new things.
Changing conditions increase the need for people to engage in adult education. This engagement I promote especially as the chairman of the board of the Swedish Adult Education Centre of Finland.
The support for these groups is mainly a part of the competence of the EU member states. In the adult education centre I lead special attention has been given to the learning needs of migrants. The elderly already are among the biggest consumer groups of adult education.
Non-formal adult education doesn’t currently have a very big role in the EU education policy which has mainly focused in the education of young people.
By continuing to work hard as the chairman of the adult education centre.
I believe the appropriate way would be to support the EU cohesion funds which could also provide funding for the initiative.