Outreach and Access

EAEA’s theme for 2020 is outreach and access.

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Manifesto for Adult Learning

EAEA manifesto outlines the challenges where adult education can play a key role.

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European elections 2019

The European elections are an opportunity to create a Learning Europe. Read the replies from MEP candidates.

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25.02.2020 EAEA Grundtvig Award 2020

Grundtvig Award Call 2020

Every year, EAEA looks to adult education projects from Europe and further afield for their demonstrations of innovation and excellence. The EAEA Grundtvig Award highlights project results that produce new ideas, new partnerships, new methodologies and a new understanding of how we can work in adult education.

07.02.2020 Brexit

Brexit update

EAEA has prepared a short Brexit Update with the current state of affairs for Erasmus+ projects and mobility during this transition period and beyond.

16.01.2020 advocacy

The added value of non-formal adult learning: large differences in taxation of adult education in Europe

Over the past few years, there have been several initiatives by national and regional governments in EU countries to change the taxation of adult education. The exemption of non-formal adult education from the value-added tax is particularly controversial – as it is often argued by politicians that non-formal adult education is ‘leisure-time entertainment’ and is therefore not an activity in the public interest.

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to 9.5.

Do you want to know how to design a course based on what skills are relevant for the learners lives? You are invited to the next UP-AEPRO webinar 3 March at 11 CET to learn more about Citizens’ Curriculum in UK and Finland.

The Citizens’ Curriculum is an innovative, holistic approach to ensure everyone has the language, maths, digital, civic, health and financial capabilities they need. The approach is based on what motivates adults to learn, through giving learners a voice in co-designing curriculum content and careful contextualization, ensuring that people are learning skills which are relevant to their lives and their work.

Alex Stevenson presents the Citizens’ Curriculum model developed in the UK. Nina Hjelt & Venni Alanko will talk about the Finnish adaptation of the CC model and how learner-centred approach works in practice.

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Learning and Work Institute Aurala Kansanvalistusseura

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