16.05.2019

Promote a Learning Europe with EAEA!

European elections are just around the corner. EAEA is inviting MEP candidates, EAEA members, adult learners and educators to post their views on how to strengthen adult learning and education at the European level.

To take part, use hashtags #ALEsupporter #EUelections2019 and #adulteducation on Twitter and on Facebook. You can also tag MEP candidates in your posts. Vote for a candidate who is committed to promote a Learning Europe!

Upload the pictures you can use in social media posts:

Active citizenship and democracy
Health and Well-being
Life skills for individuals
Social cohesion, equity and equality
Employment and work
Digitalisation
Migration & demographic change
Sustainability
European & international policies

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Civic education and intercultural learning create inclusive societies by promoting a culture of mutual understanding.

 

Questions to MEP candidates

We have also contacted MEP candidates with the help of our members and invited them to become “Supporter of Adult Learning and Education”, and share their visions about a Learning Europe. Read the replies we have received from MEP candidates so far.

 

14.11.2019 advocacy

Adult Education and Citizenship

EAEA sees adult education as a central pillar to improving citizenship education within the European Union. In a newly published report on Adult Education and Citizenship, EAEA puts forward a number of recommendations on how to make citizenship a part of adult education provision.

06.11.2019 statements

Council Recommendation on Validation of non-formal and informal learning (VNFIL) - EAEA's response

EAEA sees validation as a key tool in order to promote lifelong learning, to ensure more flexible learning pathways, to encourage learners and build their self-confidence as well as to create a more comprehensive understanding of competences.

15.10.2019 advocacy

EAEA Secretary General honoured for impact on adult education in Europe

Gina Ebner, Secretary General of the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA), was inducted into the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame in September 2019.