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Call for accessibility to adult education projects

The Adult Education Made Accessible (AEMA) programme has launched a new online portal and is looking for adult education projects to demonstrate best practice, EAEA reported.

The AEMA project aims to help increase the participation rate of people with disabilities in adult education. It also aims to increase the number of adult education providers that commit to increasing accessibility in their own organisations, and develop networks to move the Accessibility Agenda further.

The online portal has been created in order to inform on the project’s developments; communicate news, events and results related to openness in adult education; and promote good practices on the topic.

A call for proposals has been launched to gather projects and initiatives involved with improving accessibility in adult education, which will be published on the AEMA website.

Projects can register their interest by sending details to EAEA. Best practices examples with a project title, short description, detailed description, image, link, date, and theme should be send to francesca.operti@eaea.org.

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