CONFINTEA VI National Reports Available Online
Preparations towards CONFINTEA VI are gaining ground as more and more Member States are submitting their national reports to UIL.
Innovation and creativity in education
Press release on the results in education during the Slovenian EU presidency.
(Non)existing Border: Short films on Intercultural Dialogue
As one of the very numerous activities accompanying the international conference on "Intercultural Dialogue as the Fundamental Value of the EU" in Slovenia launching the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008, a screening of short films on intercultural dialogue "(Non) existing Border" was organised.
Success story: Never-ending journey of the Arts Festivals' Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue
The Arts Festivals´ Declaration on Intercultural Dialogue has been signed by European festivals and international guests in Antalya on 25 April 2008.
EAEA begins mapping of researchers in AE
The European Commission will soon start a researchers´ mapping in the area of adult education. We thought that we can accompany this by starting our own mapping exercise, which can be very useful to EAEA and its members and which can also complement the European Commission´s activities.
Grundtvig Award 2008
Surely you have already noticed the call for nominations for this year´s Grundtvig award. The topic is intercultural dialogue and the deadline for submissions 5 September 2008.
UK: Adult learners' Week 2008
The largest festival of learning in the UK is on its way. Adult Learners´ Week - which runs from 17th - 23rd May 2008 and is organised by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) - is a time when thousands of people consider a return to learning and begin a journey that can completely transform their lives for the better.
Help us make research in Europe more European, say researchers
Careers and mobility, international co-operation, research infrastructures, joint programming and knowledge sharing are today's main concerns of European research actors, according to a report just published by the European Commission.
Frequently asked questions about the European Qualifications Framework
What is the EQF?
The EQF is a reference framework which will relate different countries' qualifications systems and frameworks together. It will act as a translation device to make qualifications more readable and understandable to employers, individuals and institutions, so that workers and learners can use their qualifications in other countries.
It has two principal aims: to facilitate mobility and lifelong learning.