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Publicēja Sehnaz Baltaci Goktalay pirms 3 mēneši 3 nedēļas

Pirmdiena 3 Februāris 2020 līdz Piektdiena 14 Februāris 2020

The international Winter School “Comparative Studies on Adult Education and Lifelong Learning“ is dedicated to analysing and comparing international and European strategies in lifelong learning. Social policy models, lifelong learning strategies in Europe, including selected European countries, will be analysed in a critical way. Furthermore, a subtopics of lifelong learning have been chosen  in order to do an in-depth comparison and analysis of the situation in various European countries. Read more about programme of the Winter School: 

Adult education professionals affiliated with EAEA can receive a travel and subsistence grant to participate in the Winter School for one week or two weeks. The grant can received by those working for an EAEA member organization (or a member of an EAEA member), or former participants of the EAEA Younger Staff Training. Read more about the grant: Winter school 2020 call_EAEA practitioners:

Winter School is organised by Julius-Maximilian University Würzburg.

Primārā valoda:
Pasākuma veids: 
Profesionālās pilnveides pasākums
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Winter School is organised by Julius-Maximilian University Würzburg.
Organizatora veids: 
Cits notikums
Pārstāvju skaits: 
100 - 200
Mērķa grupa: 
Pieaugušo izglītības tīkli un organizācijas
The International Winter School on Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning is organized annually by the University of Würzburg in Würzburg, Germany, together with international partners. The Winter School is an occasion to discuss the key concepts of Paulo Freire’s "Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ and education as a practice of freedom, to learn more about international strategies in adult education, to visit adult education providers and to participate in a comparative analysis of a topic of your choice. It is also a unique occasion to bring together MA and PhD students from Europe and beyond together with adult education professionals, encouraging a rich exchange of perspectives. In 2020, the school will also include a few sessions organised specifically for adult education professionals, which will focus on advocacy for adult education at the European and global level.
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