February 3, 2020to February 14, 2020
Zentrales Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude (Z6)
The European elections are an opportunity to create a Learning Europe. Read the replies from MEP candidates.
“A safe environment with flexible learning pathways, with no curricula or exams, and an equal focus on individual needs of learners as well as the integrity of the group.” Jette Borgstrøm from Kursutrappen and Stine Hohwü-Christensen from the Danish Adult Education Association shared with us inspiring stories and reflections on the key concepts that underpin life skills.
EAEA very much welcomes the adoption of CULT Committee report on Erasmus+ 2021-2027 by the European Parliament in March 2019. Erasmus+ is an outstanding and crucial programme for adult learners, as it has supported adult education organisations from all over Europe in their efforts for more innovation and cooperation in the sector.