The LSE project aims to improve basic skills provision in Europe by explaining, further developing and upscaling the life skills approach. The project final beneficiaries are people from a disadvantaged background, refugees and people resistant to ‘foreigners’ and intercultural exchange.
The project aims to implement the OED Grundtvig network results at different levels (policy and providers) as well as transfer them to different sectors (vocational, basic skills, etc.).Eleven partners will work to make Outreach, Empowerment and Diversity a reality in their countries and at the Europeal level.
The project aims at creating more equitable, cohesive and sustainable adult education provision and drawing on European best practices to establish key indicators for monitoring and evaluating the use of resources in the field.
The project aims at increasing young adult education professionals' knowledge of the European Union and enable networking between adult educators in Europe. The project developed a comprehensive training course for adult education staff that brings together European developments; peer learning about each other’s systems and organisations; and European mobility.
By analysing tools and methodologies in different European countries and proposing solutions from the civil society perspective, this project will contribute to reducing the fragmentation of validation systems on different levels, namely policy and practice.