Eradicating poverty: the 2010 European Year starts today!
2010 will be the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion and the work and preparations across Europe are in full swing. NGOs, local authorities and everyone working against exclusion are invited to participate in the campaign.
European Commission and Government of India sign Joint Declaration on policy dialogue in education
On his first official visit to India, the European Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture and Youth, Ján Figel' today signed a Joint Declaration with his ministerial counterpart in the field of education. With this Declaration the European Commission and the Government of India aim to reinforce their cooperation in the form of a policy dialogue on key issues in education.
Schools for life
In the middle of nowhere, and just some 130 km away from Madrid, one of EAEA´s smallest members is doing its work: Escuelas para la vida El Colmenar" (The beehive).
EU Commission awards Golden Stars to citizens' projects
Following a selection made earlier this year, the European Commission has awarded 12 civic participation projects with the 'Golden Stars of active European citizenship' in a ceremony taking place in Brussels.
Intercultural Dialogue: a Challenge for faiths and convictions?
Religious beliefs, philosophies and convictions are an integral part of cultural diversity which, through dialogue, can enrich our societies and contribute to individual fulfilment. But in our increasingly diverse cultural environments, the broad spectrum of faiths, beliefs and convictions can lead to misconceptions and fears.
New Perspectives for Intercultural Dialogue in Europe
Over 600 participants from across Europe and beyond gathers in Paris to evaluate the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008 in a closing conference entitled "New Perspectives for Intercultural Dialogue in Europe".
Talking our way out of trouble: How media can combat intolerance
The seventh and last Brussels Debate in the framework of the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2008 was held on Wednesday evening and focused on the contribution of media to a diverse and open society in Europe.
The voice of African Civil Society
From rhetoric to action: the voice of the African Civil Society at CONFINTEA VI Preparatory Conference in Nairobi
EAEA visits Sweden
At the end of October, study associations in Sweden received a visit from Gina Ebner, Secretary General of the EAEA.
Adult Education and the global financial crisis
A financial and economic crisis hardly creates a favourable environment for investment in education, which had already suffered a set-back in many European countries affected by budget deficits.
EAEA trainee position open
The information office of EAEA has a trainee position open for the spring of 2009
Adult Learners' Week 2009
Every year, thousands of events and tens of thousands of people get involved in activities to promote adult learning - providing learning where ever it happens: at home or in the prison cell; in front of a computer or on the allotment; in the kitchen or at the library; at the local community centre or the national art gallery; in the office or in the fork-lift truck.
Erasmus Mundus II adopted
The European Parliament has voted in favor of establishing a second phase of Erasmus Mundus (2009-2013)
Study in Europe web site
European Commission has launched a new web portal called "Study in
Europe" to promote the attractiveness of European Higher Education to
students from other parts of the world.
Mobility as the rule, as a normality
At the international conference Moving Beyond
Mobility" from October 13th through 14th in Berlin, scientist and practitioner
from 13 countries presented the current state of affairs in intercultural
exchan ge experiences.
No Modern European Democracy without Gender Equality
European Women´s Lobby 50/50 Campaign
Putting Europe high on the global map of science and technology
The European Commission has called on
governments to jointly develop a strategy for international cooperation in
science and technology. It has proposed a strategic framework for jointly
strengthenin g science and technology cooperation with non-EU countries, notably
in the field of Information and Communication Technologies where Europe is a
Professionalisation in Adult Education - International Perspectives
International Course of Lecture
on campus and online
Winter Semester 2008/2009, two-weekly Wednesdays 10h-12h
Professionalisation in Adult Education
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