The European Agenda for Adult Learning highlights the need to increase participation in adult learning of all kinds (formal, non-formal and informal learning) whether to acquire new work skills, for active citizenship, or for personal development and fulfillment.
The European Agenda is being promoted in 36 countries by a network of National Coordinators. They coordinate and steer different actions in the field of adult learning by engaging with the main stakeholders involved, disseminating and implementing European policies and exchanging good practices and knowhow with other countries and raising awareness of adult learning.
The National Coordinators for the Implementation of the European Agenda on Adult Learning receive financial support from the European Commission, through the Erasmus+ programme.
The report on Good practices in the implementation of the European Agenda for Adult Learning 2012-2016 has now been published and can be accessed here.