Through a comprehensive overview of policies and data related to the renewed European agenda for adult learning, this Eurydice report aims to support the exchange of policy and practice between countries.
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Tokratna številka Journal of Vocational Education & Training prinaša perečo temo o beguncih in rasni (ne)enakosti v poklicnem izobraževanju in usposabljanju. V Evropi je to zelo malo raziskano področje. Prispevek se dotika poklicnih izobraževalnih politik, okvirov in ureditve za begunce in rasne manjšine ter njihovih izkušenj z izobraževalnim sistemom.
This report is part of CEDEFOP's analysis and overview of NQF developments in European countries, and presents and explains the current state of the Luxembourgish qualification framework.
The European Social Policy Network has published a thematic report on social investment policies across Europe: Social Investment in Europe - A study of national policies at the request of the European Commission.
The European Commission published an overview of the integrated social services focused on the labour market and social (re)integration in the EU. This report broadly covers the macro trends affecting welfare reform, and it offers suggestions on how to improve the efficiency of service delivery for labour market activation.
Izšla je druga letošnja številka revije Adults Learning, ki je ena izmed pomembnih revij za izvajalce izobraževanja odraslih in oblikovalcev politike, saj ponuja različne novice, analize, strokovne komentarje in pisanja, ki jih ni mogoče najti nikjer drugje.
Die Nationalen Koordinierungsstellen der Europäischen Agenda für Erwachsenenbildung und EPALE in Deutschland veranstalten am 31.8.-1.9.2015 in Berlin die Fachkonferenz „Erwachsenenbildung digital: Professionalisieren. Vernetzen. Gestalten.“ Das Programm sowie den Link zur Anmeldung finden Sie hier.
In the 21st century, the rapid pace and complexity of economic, technological and cultural changes require women and men to adapt and re-adapt throughout their lives – all the more so in the context of globalisation. In this era of the knowledge society – where production structure is shifting towards greater knowledge use and away from reliance on physical capital, manufacturing and agricultural production – growth in personal, national and regional incomes is increasingly defined by the ability to create, manage, disseminate and innovate in knowledge production.
This anniversary publication presents a concise picture of essential features of VET in Europe. Modernising VET to ensure its outcomes empower learners to find and maintain jobs and advance in their educational careers, has been at the heart of European cooperation for more than a decade. Cedefop is at the forefront of monitoring countries’ progress towards set VET priorities. it also supports cross-country policy learning and, increasingly, individual Member States and social partners in their joint work on modernising VET.
This report covers 42 national qualification frameworks (NFQs) in 38 countries, signalling that these framewor
This Report is an independent publication commissioned by UNESCO on behalf of the international community. It is the product of a collaborative effort involving members of the Report Team and many other people, agencies, institutions and governments. The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries.
Global inventory of regional and national qualifications frameworks. The 2015 global inventory of regional and national qualifications frameworks, compiled by Cedefop, Unesco-HQ, the European Training Foundation and the Unesco Institute for Lifelong Learning, was launched on 25 April in Riga, Latvia.
The inventory showcases 86 countries and examines how learning outcomes of all types of learning - formal, non-formal and informal - are being integrated into regional and national qualifications frameworks.
The European Commission recently published a report in which it monitored good practices across Europe in the areas of employment, social affairs and inclusion. Report on examples of projects funded by DG EMPL in 2011-2012
This exercise was performed in the context of the EU's Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI).
Open Educational Resources have become an integral part of adult learning in Europe. However, many issues concerning quality, legal frameworks and infrastructures remain unclear. In this context, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research provides funding for research projects on OER in Germany. An expert group coordinated by Deutscher Bildungsserver will analyse the needs for digital infrastructures (e.g. E-platforms) for OER.