24.06.2021

New Executive Board 2021-2023 elected

EAEA members have elected a new Executive Board at the General Assembly on 22 June 2021.

Uwe Gartenschlaeger from German Adult Education Association (DVV) continues his appointment as a President of EAEA. Gartenschlaeger shared his enthusiasm for upcoming tasks of the newly elected Executive Board.

“I look forward to working with the new board and the staff of EAEA on strengthening the recognition for adult learning and education. I strongly believe that it’s the main instrument to equip European citizens to become actively involved in shaping the transformations ahead. Digitalisation, a sustainable lifestyle and economy, just societies and a vibrant democracy need more adult learning,” he commented.

The members of the EAEA Executive Board 2021-2023 are:

EAEA is looking forward to working with the new board! We also want to express our warmest thank you for candidates who expressed interest in the board membership, and the outgoing board members.

More information:

Gina Ebner
Secretary General
EAEA
gina.ebner(at)eaea.org

Uwe Gartenschlaeger
President of EAEA
DVV International
gartenschlaeger(at)dvv-international.de

 

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