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


“Education and Training 2020” (ET 2020) is a new strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training that builds on its predecessor, the “Education and Training 2010” (ET 2010) work programme. It provides common strategic objectives for Member States, including a set of principles for achieving these objectives, as well as common working methods with priority areas for each periodic work cycle.

Europe 2020 is the European Union’s ten-year growth and jobs strategy that was launched in 2010. It is about overcoming the crisis from which European economies are now gradually recovering. It is also about addressing the shortcomings of the European growth model and creating the conditions for a smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

This report presents a focused comparative analysis of national responses to the Europe 2020 priorities in the field of education and training. It concentrates on recent and forthcoming national reforms across four thematic areas that have a direct relevance to the Europe 2020 strategy: early school leaving (ESL), higher education, youth employment and vocational education and training (VET) and lifelong learning.

The European employment strategy seeks to create more and better jobs throughout the EU. It takes its inspiration from the Europe 2020 growth strategy.

Recommendation 2006/962/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 on key competences for lifelong learning [Official Journal L 394 of 30.12.2006]. Key competences for lifelong learning are a combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes appropriate to the context. They are particularly necessary for personal fulfilment and development, social inclusion, active citizenship and employment.

This report distils the key findings from the Cities for Active Inclusion partnership and concludes with five recommendations for the implementation of the EU’s recently adopted Social Investment Package (SIP).

Policy paper about engaging cities for a smart, sustainable and inclusive Europe. The paper states that an EU urban agenda must clearly recognise the strengths and challenges of cities and metropolitan areas, including their vital role in delivering the Europe 2020 vision for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. EUROCITIES is committed to engaging actively in further debate around an EU urban agenda.

This publication explains what cities are doing to facilitate digital access and IT skills to promote employability, job creation, social inclusion and integration, and help stimulate our economies. This publication was commissioned under the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (2007-2013).

Guidelines concerning adult literacy teaching strategies for people aged over 55. The materials and documents have been developed in the framework of a project financed by the European Community. The “Grandparents & Grandchildren” valorisation project builds upon a successful experience of digital literacy promotion.

The European Commission has adopted the Digital Agenda for Europe1 (DAE) as part of the overall Europe2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The Digital Agenda proposes 101 specific policy actions across 7 domains. This document is the second edition of the Digital Agenda Scoreboard, reporting on the progress of those actions between June 2011 and May 2012, and assessing overall impact on the basis of 13 key performance targets.

This Staff Working Document presents a review of the progress made since September 2007 when the Action Plan on Adult Learning: It is always a good time to learn was adopted by the European Commission.

The Action Plan defined five concrete actions which the European Commission and Member States should seek to implement in order to increase participation in and quality of adult learning and develop efficient systems that reach all adults and involve all relevant stakeholders.

This multilingual bibliographical database contains over 85,000 references on the topics related to CEDEFOP's priorities: Vocational education and training VET policy, training systems, qualifications and competences, lifelong guidance, skill needs, lifelong learning, informal and non-formal learning, training research, VET teachers and trainers, learning outcomes, European Qualification Framework (EQF), European credit system for vocational education and training (ECVET), adult learning. VET-Bib is also the catalogue of the CEDEFOP library collection.

Thematic bibliographies on key topics of vocational education and training (VET).

VET in Europe - Country reports are a product of the VET in Europe project and review vocational education and training systems in Member States, Iceland and Norway. They are prepared and updated by ReferNet, according to a common structure provided by CEDEFOP.

Europe has always been diverse, and it is becoming more so. This booklet finds out why and how this diversity can bring benefits, presenting some project examples to inspire you. This brochure gives a glimpse of reasons why Europe should celebrate its diversity and aims to stimulate new ideas for initiatives that can do more to promote diversity and fight for equality and tolerance.

This booklet intends to make the anti-racism and diversity educational activities available to a wider variety of people in different contexts. Therefore, it addresses educational activities exploring how we deal with the ways people form personal and social identities through the continuous interplay of previous knowledge and new learning opportunities as we move through the different stages of our life.

This booklet is not an in-depth encyclopaedia covering all aspects of Peer Education and Cultural Diversity, but it can be used as an essential guide of tips and tricks to get you moving on your own peer projects. As part of the strategy for reaching the needs of young people, SALTO Cultural Diversity and the Austrian National Agency joined forces to plan the PiPo (Peering in Peering out) training course.

To understand what Intercultural Communication is and in order not to propose a dictionary of terms, which would be like grasping the intangible, this booklet brings together different case studies and experience taken from European youth leaders.

The inspiration for this booklet came from the Quality in Cultural Diversity Projects seminar in co-operation with SALTO Cultural Diversity and the Turkish National Agency. While reading the booklet, you will find several references and outcomes from the event. This booklet aims to help you reflect upon your own experience as well as provide you with ideas taken from the best existing practice which can contribute to Quality in future Cultural Diversity projects.


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