09.06.2021

Meet the candidates for the EAEA Executive Board and President 2021-23

The Executive Board and President will be elected by the General Assembly 22 June 2021.

You can now consult the names and profiles of candidates for the EAEA Executive Board and President on our website: EAEA Executive Board nominees 2021

Executive Board and its preparatory body the Bureau (President, Vice presidents and Secretary General) are responsible for the overall direction and policy development of EAEA. According to the constitution, a member can sit in the board or be elected president no more than three consecutive terms. EAEA Executive Board can include between 10 and 12 members, including the President.

EAEA ordinary members will vote for the candidates at the General Assembly 22 June. If you represent an ordinary member, please take your time deciding who you will vote on behalf of your organisation. Voting will take place via ElectionBuddy on the day of the General Assembly.

Remember also to register to be able to participate and vote in the GA! Should you have any questions about the General Assembly, voting or your rights as a member, do not hesitate to contact Aleksandra Kozyra at EAEA, aleksandra.kozyra (at) eaea.org.

13.09.2021 skills

Sustainable development needs adult learning and education

The entire population of Europe as well as representatives of politics, social partners, and civil society should actively work together to create understanding of climate change and its consequences. The education sector - including non-formal ALE  - must have a permanent seat at the table where the policy decisions are made.

29.08.2021 Democracy

Fostering change-oriented adult education – now it’s time to act!

The FutureLabAE project consortium launches two documents that support the design, implementation, and promotion of change-oriented adult education in Europe.

28.08.2021 MASTER

Experiences of the MASTER Transnational Training

The MASTER Transnational Training was held on 19, 20 and 21 July. The training was part of the MASTERplan, a bridge programme of personalised learning activities, which is one of the objectives of this Erasmus+ project.