02.07.2021

Report from the General Assembly

Last week was busy week at EAEA. EAEA members gathered for a virtual General Assembly, we welcomed new members and elected a new Executive Board. In addition we organised the FuturelabAE final conference together with the project partners. Take a look at our report from the events!

Our flash report shows key take-aways from both EAEA General Assembly and FuturelabAE final conference. It also includes summaries of inputs and thematic discussions at the General Assembly, graphically recorded by Visuality. You can also find links to slides, videos and other extra resources. Download the flash report (pdf)

At the General Assembly EAEA members elected a new Executive Board, with Uwe Gartenschlaeger from DVV continuing as the President of EAEA. 

EAEA also welcomed three new members:

 

 

16.08.2022 EAEA Grundtvig Award 2022

Financial literacy for women

“There is a rising global interest and huge need for financial literacy” says Athina Psariai from Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (IED). Psariai introduces the FLOW project, which focuses on financial education of marginalised women and received honourable mention at the EAEA Grundtvig Awards 2022.

11.08.2022 EAEA members

Learning and employment opportunities in a society of equals: meet Learning and Work Institute

“Our vision is for a prosperous and fair society in which learning and work provide opportunities for everyone to realise their potential and ambitions throughout life”, says Alex Stevenson, Head of Essential and Life Skills at the Learning and Work Institute. In interview with EAEA, Stevenson gives insight into the work of the institute. This article is part of EAEA’s campaign introducing our members to the wider adult education community.

09.08.2022 disabled

Brave New Words: Creating learning pathways for special learning disorders

“Critical thinking and autonomy are core values of transformative learning”, says Sonia Nicoforo Project Manager of CEIPES. Brave New Words, the winning project of Grundtvig Awards in the Transnational Category focuses on cultivating innovative learning through 3D Printing and Augmented Reality in the field of Special Education.