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Podcast del EPALE agosto-septiembre de 2019: ¿Ayuda el aprendizaje de adultos a resolver o empeorar la desigualdad social?

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Para trabajar el enfoque temático de EPALE sobre la inclusión social de los grupos vulnerables, nuestros coordinadores temáticos Andrew McCoshan, David Mallows, Markus Palmen y Simon Broek, se reunieron para debatir las siguientes cuestiones:

  • ¿Lleva el aprendizaje de adultos a un aumento de las desigualdades?
  • ¿Cuáles son los factores que contribuyen al éxito de la oferta de aprendizaje de adultos para la inclusión de los grupos vulnerables en el aprendizaje?
  • ¿Qué elementos deben tenerse en cuenta a nivel de políticas para aumentar la participación de los grupos vulnerables?

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  • Obrázek uživatele paola cavalieri
    How interesting the content of this blog! I'm sorry, I see it only now ... 
    The European project "Housing: an educational European ROad towards civil rights. (HERO)" that we've just closed (August 2019) deals with adults non formal learning and inclusion..
    So I'd like to add a very cool experience that created a training toolkit for local communities interested in improving housing and mental health.  
    A training non-formal approach has guided all the partenship of the EU project (Erasmus+ 2016-2018) in order to facilitate adult learning experieces on the topic. The toolkit was tested during the piloting phase of the project. The piloting was scheduled and carried out in the five partner countries (Italy, Belgium, Croatian, Greece and UK). Specifically, 250 people were involved including 66 users and family members, 71 health professionals, 55 residents, and 56 professionals from other agencies. The piloting experience was appreciated by all groups, including the operators who conducted it. The groups revealed a high degree of satisfaction and motivation in their participation. For further information or leave a message here or contact me at We'd like to share with you our toolkit and our results. thanks for your attention   :-)   see you, Paola - HERO/ASLROMA2   IT