EAEA NVL Conference on National Qualifications Frameworks live from Brussels
Today and tomorrow EAEA is broadcasting live from its conference on the implementation of National Qualifications Frameworks in adult learning.
More European Funding needed for Adults, NIACE urges
NIACE is calling for a better deal for adult learners across Europe, following the news that less than 5 per cent of the new European Lifelong Learning Programme is being proposed for adult education.
European journal of lifelong learning focuses on travel
third issue of Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE) is out. The issue looks at
travel as a source of lifelong learning.
NIACE Chief Executive to retire
After nearly a quarter of a century of leading NIACE, Professor Alan Tuckett OBE, is to retire in August 2011.
UK: Nominate inspirational learners for national awards
Every year, NIACE receives around 1,500 nominations from colleges,
workplaces and other adult education providers and 2011 will be extra
special as it is the 20th Adult Learners' Week (14 - 20 May 2011).
New European network for Basic Skills launched
The European Basic Skills Network is an initiative originally born within the Commission´s Working Group for the Implementation of the Action Plan for Adult Learning.
Developing Capacity for Establishing Lifelong Learning Systems
Pilot Workshop on Developing Capacity for Establishing Lifelong Learning Systems in UNESCO Member States
European Commission adopts 2010 Enlargement Package
the European Commission adopted its Enlargement Package. This presents
the Commission's annual assessment of the European Union's enlargement
agenda. It outlines the current state of preparations, the challenges
ahead, and the way forward for the Western Balkans, Turkey and Iceland.
Leonardo da Vinci programme: 15 years of EU support for vocational education and training
EU is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Leonardo da Vinci
programme, which helps to fund thousands of vocational education and
training courses across Europe.
Integrating migrant women through adult education
In 2006, the Spanish Women´s Institute carried out a study on
immigrant women and adult education, with the intention of allowing
these women to have a right to speak. The results and conclusions of
this study were published as part of the "Women in Education"
Latin America: Towards inclusive education systems
Latin America is preparing to fight sexist education by utilising the
concept of non-discrimination. The United Nations will soon be receiving
petitions from different countries asking governments to eliminate
discrimination in the education system. Since June, the Latin American
and Caribbean Committee for the Defence of Women's Rights (CLADEM), and a
dozen networks and organizations, have been driving the Campaign for a
Non-Sexist and Anti-discriminatory Education to eradicate sexism in
school classrooms across the continent. AWID spoke with sociologist
Moriana Hernández, who is overseeing the Campaign.
Watch the Grundtvig 10th anniversary conference live!
EAEA broadcasts live from the Grundtvig 10 anniversary conference in Helsinki
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