Working together: Family Learning and MLAs
The NIACE in the UK report that over 3,000 museums, libraries and archives (MLAs) have pledged their support for informal adult learning, representing a real commitment to helping adults learn throughout their lives.
Going Back to our Roots - Adult Learners´ Week in Scotland
Scotland's Learning Partnership highlights Adult Learner's Week (15th-21st May 2010)
Community Education comes to the small screen in Ireland
Over the past six months, Dublin Community Television has been working with AONTAS (The Irish National Adult Learning Organisation) and the Community Education Network to produce 'Beyond the Classroom' - a series of television programmes funded by the BAI Sound and Vision Scheme.
EAEA Web offering limited services
Dear EAEA web site user. You might have noticed limitations in the EAEA web site during the last two weeks. We are forced to some backend security updates due to recent attacks on the site, and this has forced us to close some parts of the site, notably the events section.
Italy: Motivation and active participation: training for personal growth
Can training represent a path towards personal development in a continually changing society? The participants in the "Progress in Training" are convinced that it can. This national congress lasted for two days and hosted meetings with training participants, trainers and representatives of associations, universities, training institutions and public bodies.
Ireland: Star Awards 2010
"Everybody knows that learning makes people happier, healthier, better neighbours and citizens. And we´re worth it." Meeting your neighbours, sharing skills that are all but lost in a technological age, learning new ones, persuading more men to come, the importance of the rural bus, the need for broadband. Unpeeling the policy of social inclusion reveals a very simple and basic need to stay in touch with one another and keep minds and communities alive and active.
Germany calls off EU summit talks on education
A debate about education targets in the proposed 'Europe 2020' strategy
was removed from the agenda of an EU summit meeting after
Germany expressed concerns that the proposed EU objective would step on
its federal competences. EurActiv Germany reports.
Creative methods in adult education
In modern educational work, the use of alternative and, in
particular, creative methods should also help to get such target groups
interested in political issues and in Europe, who were not reached or
only reached with difficulty by the traditional methods. A cultural
project on the topic "Experience Europe" (Erfahrung Europa) has
consciously taken up this approach and trained multipliers for it.
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