European policies projects and funding
This exhibition exhibition brings together 28 european projects about adult learning in different countries across Europe.
Denise de Pauw discusses her experiences at the EPALE 2019 Stakeholder Conference in Warsaw, Poland.
EPALE presented in the frames of the Induction meeting for grant beneficiaries in Erasmus+, Call 2019, actions KA202 and KA204
Dear EPALE community,
I would like to inform you that we have successfully started our Erasmus+ project (ID: 2019-1-SK01-KA204-060805). The aim of the project is to improve the quality of adult education in career counseling, the development of talent and soft-skills of the unemployed, in order to find better employment and satisfaction in their lives. Moreover, this project will also help career advisors to use new tool in their consultancy.
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.
EPALE’s annual pan-European conference was held on 1 and 2 October 2019 in Warsaw, Poland. The conference gathered more than 220 participants from 38 European countries participating in EPALE project.
#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.
Tým EBSN EPALE s radostí oznamuje zahájení svého druhého a třetího on-line kurzu pro tvůrce politik, odborníky a další profesionály, kteří se zabývají nastavováním politik pro podporu základních dovedností a v současné době zavádějí doporučení daná programem Upskilling Pathways. Nabízené MOOC kurzy se věnují politické úrovni poskytování podpory základním dovednostem v kontextu programu Upskilling Pathways.
Die Tagungsreihe sprache – macht – gesellschaft zielt darauf ab, die Ermöglichung gesellschaftlicher Teilhabe aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive in den Blick zu nehmen. In Hinsicht auf Zusammenhänge der Sprachlichkeit gesellschaftlichen Seins und der Notwendigkeit politischer und sprachlicher Bildung stellen sich nicht nur Fragen nach der Rolle der Sprache in der politischen Bildung bzw. nach dem Politischen in der sprachlichen Bildung und damit grundsätzlich danach, wie Sprachverwendung und Denken sowie politische Diskurse und die Verwendung von Sprache miteinander verknüpft sind.
Имаме удоволствието да ви поканим на семинара „Дискриминация на работното място: Как да въведем подходяща работна среда в практиката“, който се организира от Европейската комисия на 18 октомври 2019 г.(петък), 8:30-12:30 ч., в х-л „ИнтерКонтинентал“.
Събитието ще събере представители на институциите и на отговорните компании, за да обсъдят дългосрочни политики и конкретни стъпки, които осигуряват подходяща работна среда за хората с увреждания.
This resource contains the presentations given during the EPALE 2019 conference in Warsaw, Poland. The conference took part on 1-2 October and had over 200 national government representatives, EPALE members, European stakeholders and representatives from the European Commission.
Started in 2016, the RECTEC project aims at promoting employability by identifying transversal skills and matching them with professional certifications.
2019 metais Europos suaugusiųjų švietimo asociacija (EAEA, eaea.org) atnaujino Manifestą dėl suaugusiųjų mokymosi 21 šimtmetyje: mokymosi galia ir džiaugsmas.
Field research on the employment of ex-convicts and probationers
Surveys were carried out with 8,243 employers active across 81 provinces of Turkey and 1,890 ex-convicts and probationers as part of the "European Agenda for Adult Learning 4" project carried out within the Ministry of National Education General Directorate for Life Long Learning with backing by the European Union. The main purpose of these surveys is to determine the issues regarding the employment of ex-convicts and probationers in Turkey, and to reveal the views of these people and as well as employers on this topic.
The MATCHSI Toolkit was developed to help those hoping to gain work experience to match with an ideal host company, ensuring that learning is appropriately targeted and useful. The project brought together partners from seven EU countries. The Toolkit and accompanying resources can be downloaded.
A case study for Erasmus+ project Migrants and Refugees as Re-builders, which describes the experience of an adult educator working with migrants and refugees in Sweden. It explores the challenges faced by migrant learners, the approaches educators can use to address these challenges and how they can support inclusion. The project team has created print and online materials to generate meaningful conversations between educators, learners, policy-makers and stakeholders, as well as a curriculum, self-assessment framework and a set of indicators for analysing someone's engagement with society.
Join the next High-level Political Forum (HLPF) under the 74th Session of the General Assembly!
The Next 24-25 september, 2019 in New Your, professionals and institutions are going to propose solutions to accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
This is an Erasmus+ funded project which aims to design and implement effective training tools for enhancing key skills and competences of (a) highly-skilled refugees and (b) the language teachers who work with them, and so enhance the employability and societal integration of skilled refugees.
This PowerPoint is from the 17th EPEA (European Prison Education Association) Conference, which took place in Dublin 12-16th of June. In it Alan Smith explores the EU's interaction with prison education throughout its existence, as well as gathering together links to relevant EU policy, reports and actions.
How can EU funding help Member States (and others) to build up the Adult Education sector in long-term, long-lasting ways? We would love to hear your thoughts in this online discussion.
As a follow-up to our discussion on the needs of adult learning support from the EU, 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 Markus Palmen.
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.