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Plateforme électronique pour l'éducation et la formation des adultes en Europe


This summary report develops the framework of summary reporting established in the work programme of the Academic Network of European Disability experts 2008-2011, to monitor and to provide input to EU2020 strategy co-ordination (originally established under the framework of the Lisbon Strategy and open method of co-ordination in the field of Growth and Jobs).

World Report on Disability jointly produced by the World Health Organization and the World Bank Group to provide the evidence for policies and programmes that can improve the lives of people with disabilities, and facilitate implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

The Commission has released a study on how to measure the impact of university-business cooperation, highlighting the numerous benefits that can be gained from such collaboration: strengthening levels of human capital, stimulating entrepreneurship, reinforcing knowledge exchange and innovation or raising organisations’ profiles.

Based on a survey of 400 enterprises, 20 in-depth case studies and interviews with human resource experts in 10 countries, this report analyses the main purposes of competence assessment, the standards and methods applied, the employee groups targeted and the way results are documented and used.

Synthesis report of the policy debate “Digital wave: supporting a cultural shift in learning systems” following the public hearing on 4 March held by EUCIS-LLL. The event was entitled “Digital wave: supporting a cultural shift in learning systems” and followed up on the release of the Commission’s Communication on Opening Up Education.

This report gives an overview of the qualitative analysis of 82 interviews that were conducted with participants of liberal adult education in ten countries within the framework of the European BeLL study. The interviews were analysed by the national research teams in the ten partner countries. This overall report is based on those national qualitative reports.

The main purpose of the BeLL study was to investigate the individual and social benefits perceived by adult learners who participated in liberal adult education courses. Funded by the European Commission within the Lifelong Learning Programme (“Studies and Comparative Research, KA1”), the BeLL study was carried out by a consortium of partner organisations from nine Member States plus Serbia as a tenth associated partner. The project ran from 1 November 2011 to 31 January 2014 (including a three-month extension).


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