The education of women living in poverty in different spaces
This work is a contribution built from our practice of accompanying educational and formative processes of women from popular sectors in both formal and non formal spaces.
Swedish aims for the European Union
If you are interested to know what the Swedish EU presidency is trying to achieve in education and culture, look no further.
Grundtvig Award winnners 2009
The 2009 EAEA Grundtvig Awards were given in Bonn on June 22, in the old city hall of Bonn, Germany.
One Step Up
As new priorities for adult education policy and practice in the context of lifelong learning emerge, it is essential that possibilities for adults to go one step up in terms of qualifications become a permanent feature of adult education and training, formal, non-formal and informal, so as to enable the growth of competence, particularly for individuals with low or no qualifications.
European Family Learning Network
Family Learning is still not a well known topic in the European public. Therefore, the European Family Learning Network (EFLN) aims for providing families information on education possibilities, exchange of expertise and good practices.
Teacher's performances on motivating learners
My name is Sara Danelon. I am working for the European Project called MALT "Motivating Adult Learners and Teachers".
Following the aims of the project I would like to open a discussion among teachers to understand what motivates learners (especially adults) staying on courses.
Creating a new European Agenda: An Interview with Prionnsias de Rossa, MEP Ireland
The recent local and European elections in Ireland saw some major upsets for the government parties reflecting the dissatisfaction of the Irish electorate with the way the economy has been handled ,and the burdens which have to be shouldered by the Irish taxpayer as they are being asked to shore up the failed banking system while taking severe cuts to personal income and services.