11.01.2021

EAEA’s year 2020 in numbers

EAEA had an active year in 2020. Find out more about our work in our infographic.

The year 2020 didn’t turn out quite like we expected, but nevertheless, we were busy organising online events, cooperating with our partners in various projects, compiling statements to influence adult education policies and communicating with our members and stakeholders.

EAEA’s year 2020 infographic gives a idea of the whole of our work. The activity report 2020 with more details of our work will be published later on in the year.

You can also download the infographic in pdf format: EAEA’s year 2020 infographic (pdf)

13.04.2021 Democracy

If we don’t learn, we will have no democracy

Learners as leaders -workshop showcased that adult learning is not only a tool for personal growth, but it can be used to develop our communities and societies for the better.

01.04.2021 digital literacy

State-of-play report on basic skills development in Europe

In the framework of the BLUESS project, coordinated by the State Vocational Education Institute in Slovakia, EAEA has drafted a report that looks at basic skills policy and practice in Europe, focusing on non-formal adult learning and education. The report is now available!

31.03.2021 elderly

More inclusive and comprehensive view on ageing is needed

EAEA welcomes the European Commission’s interest in the demographic change and its effect on Europe. EAEA advocates for a resourceful utilisation of adult education and learning to support the recovery from the pandemic. However, a more inclusive and comprehensive view on ageing and the needs and the potential of the elderly people is needed.