European policies projects and funding
We got an amazing experience to be invited to the EPALE Conference 2019. We gained new knowledge, information regarding the adult learning, also about how to use the platform and how we will be able to leverage it in the future.
We also got an opportunity to share our experiences with EPALE platform. As we are starting now our Erasmus Plus projects, we will be even more aware of all great features, which is offering EPALE for project implementation and dissemination.
Thank you again team EPALE, EPALE Slovakia, we really appreciate to get this opportunity.
The practices and procedures, and especially the tools (e-portfolios, on-line surveys, questionnaires, tests and etc.) use
Center for civil communications in cooperation with Association Konekt and Association of tax councilors within the project “Strengthening the integrity and decreasing the corruption in state and private business sector” financed by European Union announce open call for grants for CSOs.
This news article describes a number of developments and current topics of conversation within High Education and universities. It covers the trend in ‘unconditional conditional’ offers, the return of the post-Study work visa, the Universities and Science Minister’s commitment to continued participation in Erasmus+ projects and the long-running argument over the cost of university fees.
Macedonian Institute for Media (MIM) announces Second call for proposals for civil society organisations (SCO) aiming at capacity building for promotion of policies and practices related to me
Birmingham City Council is accepting applications for grants to the value of £2,250 that will enable the receivers to deliver English language acquisition activities over a period of twelve months with refugees and migrants. There are two funding rounds, the first ending on 30 September 2019 and the second ending on 31 October 2019.
Trainings for the staff of started on 31 October 2018, General Directorate for Lifelong learning and ended on 15 March 2019 in the context of the Project called European Agenda for Adult Learning, implemented by Ministry of National Education. Trainings were provided in 7 pilot provinces (Malatya, Mardin, Manisa, Eskişehir, Bursa, Ordu, and Hatay) for the staff working in 81 Provincial Directorates of Supervised Freedom Directorates who gives guidance to supervised freedom convicts and ex-convicts.
The European Solidarity Corps is calling for project applications by 1 October 2019. Solidarity Projects encouage young people aged 18-30 years old to undertake an activity that will benefit their local community and help them to develop crucial skills.
#ErasmusDays2019, the EPALE teams wished to raise awareness about the European Union commitment in adult lifelong learning. They created a digital exhibition with 28 different projects, demonstrating the variety of practices across Europe.
2019. gada 11. decembrī notiks Erasmus+ programmas (2014-2020) rezultātu izplatīšanas konference “Erasmus+ kā rīks izglītības iestāžu internacionalizācijai un izglītības kvalitātes paaugstināšanai”, kurā VIAA aicina piedalīties visu izglītības sektoru pārstāvjus: pašreizējos, bijušos un potenciālos Erasmus+ projektu īstenotājus, izglītības darba organizatorus, politikas veidotājus, sociālos partnerus un citus interesentus.
La Liflong Learning Week est un évènement annuel, organisé par la plateforme européenne de la société civile, Lifelong Learning Platform. Ce réseau de 45 réseaux européens dans tous les champs de l'éducation, de la formation, créé en 2005 se veut le lieu d'interlocution avec les institutions européennes et de proposition pour placer l'éducation et la formation au centre des processus politiques européens.
Are you taking part in the 2019 European elections and want to convince others to do so too? Are you motivated and need more information? Then the European Commission's European elections 2019 toolkit might be something for you! In addition to exciting infographics, films and news, you will find 7 good reasons to vote here, as well as an overview of events on the subject of the European elections.
The poster presentation by the Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability was held during the PLA Awareness Raising and Guidance in Luxembourg on 4 April 2019. The aim of the PLA was to share good practices about awareness raising and guidance in lifelong learning.
LearnersMot Erasmus+ project is being developed by the LearnersMot partnership. It addresses the issues of literacy and low educated as well as low skilled workers’ education. Prior to the literacy course that is yet to be developed and piloted, partners wrote a handbook to be used by adult educators intervening in companies.
The survey commissioned by the Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability analysed the progress and national user satisfaction amongst EPALE Platform registered users in Malta, as well as, analysed potential users’ interest in resources and content they would be mainly attracted to.
EPALE National Support Service issues an electronic magazine each month tied to the thematic focus on EPALE. The magazine contains a selection of most read blogs on the platform translated into Serbian and other articles relevant to adult education in Serbia and Europe.
In accordance with the EPALE monthly focus the magazine in October 2018 dealt with Projects and partnerships.
This publication presents readers with an inventory of adult basic education and basic skills programmes in the form of 35 system descriptions covering 32 countries. The data used in this publication covered a range of areas related to learning opportunities for adults with low basic skills, or low level or no qualifications. Large-scale programmes intended to support adults in acquiring basic skills were in the centre of enquiry.
This source serves as a general compass to European policy initiatives and programmes in the field of skills, qualification frameworks, VET, etc. The website presents 10 policy actions adopted by the European Commission since 2016. Users can find essential information on the development of skills initiatives of the Commission and access further documents in this field. The 10 actions presented on the website are as follows:
In the paper, the author provides his opinion on the idea of Europe as a space for developing a European education policy that addresses common European issues. By using the concept of the Europeanisation of education as a methodological tool, emerging European adult education policy is analysed thoroughly. With its formation, adult education has markedly gained in importance and recognition, however it has primarily strengthened only the economic goals of adult education in the EU.
eucen is pleased to announce that the eJournal ULLL 2018 (volume 2, issue 1) is now available.