EU member states to intensify cooperation in education
The Council of Europe has adopted a new strategic framework for co-operation between EU Member States to reform their education and training systems.
European Awards for Lifelong Learning
18 projects and student mobility activities funded by the EU's education and training programmes has received the 2009 European Awards for Lifelong Learning.
European Commission and Government of Brazil launch policy dialogue in education and culture
During his official visit to Brazil, the European Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture and Youth, Ján Figel', signed Joint Declarations with his ministerial counterparts in the fields of education and culture.
Establishing of a civil society platform to promote multilingualism
On 2 June 2009 the European Commission is organizing an information session in Brussels to set out its plans for the establishment of a platform with the media, cultural, non formal and informal education and learning organisations and other civil society stakeholders to promote multilingualism for intercultural dialogue. The session will be chaired by Ms Odile Quintin, Director-General of DG Education and Culture.
Environment awareness is rising, thanks to climate change. Once people start to see, feel and cope with the changes in their everyday lives, things can begin to change. Adult education is playing a part in the process.
Consumer Rights: Commission wants consumers to surf the web without borders
The European Commission has launched the eYouGuide, a new online tool giving practical advice on the "digital rights" consumers have under EU law.
Live action role-play as a tool for learning?
How would you like Orc porridge? A bunch of elves´ mushrooms or scrambled dragons eggs? Have you been invited to the Hobbits´ autumn party or the Dark Elves´ full moon sacrifice? Probably not.
CONFINTEA VI POSTPONED!
The VI international conference on adult education has been postponed