Christoph Jost, Director of EAEA member DVV International, explained the working structures of the UNESCO CCNGO during the EAEA Board meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 2016.
08.12.2021

Christoph Jost from DVV International re-elected as European representative in UNESCO CCNGO/ED 2030

Christoph Jost, Director of DVV International, has been elected for the second term as the European representative of the UNESCO CCNGO/ED 2030 Coordination Group.

EAEA is very pleased to announce that Christoph Jost, Director of our German member organisation DVV International, has been re-elected to represent the European region on the UNESCO CCNGO/ED 2030 Coordination Group. Christoph Jost was nominated by EAEA to represent European adult learning and education on the group and served his first term on the Coordination Group from 2017 to 2021.

The Collective Consultation of NGOs on Education 2030 (CCNGO/ED 2030) is UNESCO’s main mechanism for dialogue, reflection and partnerships with NGOs within the Education For All movement. It aims to give civil society a voice in the implementation process of the SDGs in education and lifelong learning. The group also regularly publishes policy statements and reports on highly topical issues, such as the Futures of Education initiative, but also education during the COVID 19 pandemic.

We warmly congratulate Christoph Jost on his re-election and look forward to working with the UNESCO CCNGO in the years to come!

The Collective Consultation of NGOs on Education 2030 (CCNGO-Education 2030) is UNESCO’s key mechanism for dialogue, reflection and partnership with NGOs working in the field of education.
19.01.2022 Democracy

Fighting exclusion through proximity, accessibility, and engagement

Local bodies joined forces to provide distance learning opportunities and to foster well-being among the citizens of Umbria, Italy. The #GEMMA project won the 2021 EAEA Grundtvig Award in the category of local, regional and national initiatives.

22.12.2021 country reports

EAEA country reports 2021 published

EAEA is proud to present the 2021 country reports, offering a civil society perspective on the state of adult learning and education (ALE) in Europe. This year, we have asked our members about sustainability, funding and the impact of COVID-19 on the ALE sector.

21.12.2021 advocacy

We need to scream loudly about adult education: advocacy at the heart of EAEA training programmes in 2021

“It’s very important to be visible and to have influence on the discussion. We need to scream loudly about adult education - sometimes we do it literally,” said Gina Ebner during the EAEA Younger Staff Training 2021. Advocacy for improved adult learning policy has been the cross-cutting theme of two EAEA training programmes organised this autumn.