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EPALE - Elektronisch platform voor volwasseneneducatie in Europa

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    INCLUVET- Inclusion for people with learning difficulties and disabilities in Vocational Education and Training

    Taal: en

    INCLUVET – Europe United in Inclusive Work-Based-Learning for Students with Additional Learning Needs Training and Guidelines for: Teaching Staff In-Company Mentors Support Workers To increase the opportunities for learners with additional learning needs by offering innovative Vocational Education & Training and the opportunity to carry out work internships in Europe. Partners from Italy, France, Austria, Poland and Spain as well as North West Regional College from Northern Ireland have been co-operating to develop training materials and to champion a more appropriate approach to WBL for learners with Additional Learning Needs.

    Jonathan Moore - 26/11/2019 - 18:06

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    Dragtivism takes off with LEAP Sports Scotland

    Taal: en

    Discusses an Erasmus+ project that saw young people from Scotland and Europe explore drag as a channel for activism and raising awareness of the problems faced by the LGBTI+ community.

    UK National Agency - 20/09/2019 - 10:02

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    MIĘDZY INNYMI – AMONG OTHERS Bringing Intercultural and Non-Formal Education to Higher Education Institutions

    Taal: en

    “Między Innymi” (engl. “Among Others”) aims at developing intercultural awareness and competence of future teachers, educators, youth and social workers and bringing Intercultural and Non-Formal Education to Higher Education Institutions. The initiative started 2010 in Poland and is a joint initiative between the Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE) and the German-Polish Youth Office (PNWM).

    Michael Kimmig - 30/05/2018 - 17:51