EAEA has opened its annual country reports survey.
01.10.2021

EAEA has opened its annual country reports survey

The EAEA country reports survey 2021 is open now. EAEA has been publishing country reports on the state of adult learning and education (ALE) in Europe from a civil society perspective since 2011. The annual country reports, published on the country reports website since 2019, inform all ALE stakeholders about innovations and challenges in our sector and have become a key document for our advocacy.

Our members are invited to complete this year’s survey by 22 October. A link to the survey was sent to all our members via email – please contact the EAEA team if you are a member and haven’t received it. The 2021 country reports will be published on the country reports website at the end of the year. 

EAEA’s country reports give a voice to civil society organisations and grass-roots movements at the European stage. The country reports open a window of individual experiences and serve to inform ALE stakeholders across Europe, enabling actors to compare the developments and inspire providers and policy makers to promote innovative practices and ambitious policy reforms.

Text: EAEA

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