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Does adult learning in your country need EU support? What kinds of EU support would be most beneficial for your country?

Do you need EU support for adult learning in your country? If so, why? What kinds of EU support would be most beneficial for your country in the coming years? We would love to hear your thoughts on these questions and more in this online discussion.

EU Policy and adult learning

 

Do you need EU support for adult learning in your country? If so, why? What kinds of EU support would be most beneficial for your country in the coming years? We would love to hear your thoughts on these questions and more in this online discussion.

As a follow-up of our previous discussion on the role and benefits on adult learning, we would like you to share your opinion on any of the topics below. Engage with your peers from across Europe in this online discussion moderated by EPALE Thematic Coordinator Simon Broek.

  • In what way does adult learning in your country benefit from European cooperation?
    • Is EU cooperation on adult learning known in your country?
    • Do you consider the European Social Fund EU support for adult learning?
    • Does the EU help to raise awareness about the benefits of adult learning in your country and to make it easier for adults to participate?
    • As an adult learning professional – are you empowered by being part of a larger European community?
  • What is the impact of European cooperation on adult learning in your country?
    • Has it led to changes at the individual/provider/system level?
    • What kind of cooperation has been most effective?
  • What kind of EU support is most needed to stimulate adult learning in your country?
    • Who needs the most support?
    • How to balance EU support and Member State responsibilities in adult learning?
  • What kind of EU support would be most beneficial in your country in the coming years?

 

** Discussion ends on 15 October 2018!

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