Active Citizenship CRELL
Active Citizenship CRELL; centre for Research on Lifelong Learning: “citizens who participate in civil society, community and political life and hold governments accountable for their actions. To develop active citizens individuals need to learn a certain set of values, attitudes combined with knowledge and skills”
AFS is an international, voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit organization that provides intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world.
Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC)
The Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC) includes all practices and activities designed to help young people and adults participate actively in democratic life by accepting and exercising their rights and responsibilities in society.
EFIL, the European federation for Intercultural Learning, is the umbrella organisation of the European AFS Organisations in Europe.
EIL (Eil Ireland)
EIL is a worldwide intercultural learning organisation founded in 1932. It is the oldest educational exchange organisation in the world, operating in over 30 countries and involving over 30,000 people each year on a variety of cultural integration programmes.
ENIC - European Network of Information Centers
To implement the Lisbon Recognition Convention and, in general, to develop policy and practice for the recognition of qualifications, the Council of Europe and UNESCO have established the ENIC Network (European Network of National Information Centres on academic recognition and mobility). The Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES jointly provide the Secretariat for the ENIC Network. The ENIC Network cooperates closely with the NARIC Network of the European Union.
European Certificate on Basic Skillls (EUCEBS)
Leonardo Project on a competence-based European Certificate in Basic Skills covering 6 domains: Communication, ICT, Numeracy, Learning to Learn, Interpersonal Skills and Citizenship.
European Commission Citizenship pages
European Distance & e-Learning Network
European Quality observatory
In order to structure quality approaches for a common european and global market for educational products and services, a comparable and adaptable framework has to be defined and applied.
FEDORA is an association for those involved in all aspects of student guidance in institutions of higher education in Europe.
French Centre National d'Enseignement a Distance
Gender Education and Advocacy (GEA) is a national organization (USA) focused on the needs, issues and concerns of gender variant people in human society. We seek to educate and advocate, not only for ourselves and others like us, but for all human beings who suffer from gender-based oppression in all of its many forms.
Community action programme on health promotion, information, education and training within the framework for action in the field of public health
Identification, Assessment, Recognition of non-for
Parel is a national advisory centre in the Netherlands for intercultural learning materials that caters for all sectors of education. Parel is an independant organisation with more then ten years of experience in this field.
Paulo Freire and Popular Education
Recognition of Non-formal Education
Recognition of Qualifications, non formal learning
Structuring content for online publishing environments
Seminar on Recognition and Credit Systems
Seminar on Recognition and Credit Systems in the Context of Lifelong Learning
Vocational Training at a Distance in Europe