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EPALE - Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

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| 25 February 2021
| by Katarzyna Fusiek

Within the framework of the Competent NGO Trainers on the European market project organized by the Polish NGO Trainers’ Association, two members participated in a Social and Emotional Learning training between 14-18 October 2019, in Berlin. We strongly encourage you to read the article written by Karolina Dorożała and Łukasz Szewczyk who used this training as an inspiration for this text.

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| 24 February 2021
| by Uros Velickovic

The Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs of the Republic of Serbia is implementing the project “Upskilling Pathways: New opportunities for work-skills development for adults in Republic of Serbia (UP NOW). This blog post is a continuation of the interview with Jelena Popović, UP NOW project coordinator at the National Employment Service.

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| 24 February 2021
| by Uros Velickovic

The Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs of the Republic of Serbia is implementing the project “Upskilling Pathways: New opportunities for work-skills development for adults in Republic of Serbia” (UP NOW) as a coordinator and within the European Programme for Employment and Social Innovation - EaSI. As one of the important EPALE thematic focuses is on basic skills learning provision, we spoke to Jelena Popović, a project coordinator at the National Employment Service, about its activities and results.

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| 24 February 2021
| by Lucia Iacovone

"I can't afford a flat or a house." Home ownership as part of retirement provision is an integral element of retirement education. However, in Germany in particular, the dream and the reality of owning one's own four walls remains worlds apart. What kind of information can a learning programme provide in order to assess one's own living situation when deciding whether to rent or buy?