Who takes part in adult learning and how?
Technological innovations, digitalisation and demographic changes are rapidly changing our world. People need new skills and new ways of learning. Acquiring knowledge and skills in a ‘traditional’ way, meaning at school or at university, is no longer sufficient to equip people with the necessary skills for their future career and a good quality life. Life-long learning becomes a necessity, and governments, stakeholders and social partners will have to find ways to help people reskill and upskills throughout their lives.