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Webinar: What’s new in the Erasmus+ programme

EAEA invites EAEA members to discuss what's new in the Erasmus+ programme together with Małgorzata Kozak, Policy Officer responsible for Adult Education (AE) / Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships at DG EAC, European Commission. We will look at the new features of the programme, including small-scale partnerships and adult learners' mobilities in KA1, and we'll dedicate some time to small-group discussions discussing the Key Actions in more detail. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, 21 April at 10:00 am - 11:15 am CEST/Brussels…

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27.4.

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LLL Interest Group meeting: Wellbeing and ageing – the lifelong learning approach

The 14th meeting of the Lifelong Learning Interest Group will look at Wellbeing and Ageing: the Lifelong Learning Approach. Acknowledging the importance and urgency of the topic, the group is convinced that using the momentum of the international efforts to shed light on the issue and the risks of neglecting the necessary debate on ageing can entail. The meeting will take place online on 27 April, 3:00-5:00 pm CEST. You can register with this link.

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8.5.

to 9.5.

Online conference: European Bildung Day 2021

On Saturday May 8 and Sunday May 9, the third European Bildung Day will take place. This year's theme is: Bildung, unlocking the spirit; how do we do it? The online event features both a pan-European online conference, focussing on bildung best practices in and for the 21st Century, and local events. Join the interactive event and/or contribute with a presentation or a local event. Head to the event's official page to find all the information and learn how to…

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19.5.

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Virtual Event: Europe is more than the EU

The virtual event for EAEA-members on "Europe is more than the EU" will take place on 19 May, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm CEST. Especially non-EU members of EAEA are invited to join and discuss global developments in adult learning and education (ALE) and a new EAEA strategy on how to work closer with non-EU members. Inputs about CONFINTEA VII and the We are ale campaign will offer impulses for group discussions on how to strengthen ALE at the global…

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26.5.

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Webinar: Accessibility of digital learning

What do you need to keep in mind when organising an online course to make sure that it's accessible? Our colleagues from Atempo, Lisa Franz and Aaron Reitbauer, will share their tips and reflections on what makes an online learning environment accessible. The webinar is open to all EAEA-members and will take place on 26 May, 10:00 - 11:15 am CEST. For registration, please contact: aleksandra.kozyra eaea.org

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1.6.

to 4.6.

52nd eucen Conference

Learning for impact in a changing world highlights the role of CE at universities in enabling professionals to perform in a dynamic societal context to the best of their abilities throughout their careers. This conference will have 3 strands: 1. Impact of Societal change on UCE 2. The future of education and modern workplace learning 3. UCE as Professional Practice within universities The University of Utrecht invites us to participate in this event where we will emphasise that University Continuing…

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22.6.

to 23.6.

General Assembly and FuturelabAE conference

On June 22 and 23, the EAEA General Assembly and FuturelabAE conference will take place virtually. EAEA members will discuss and vote on statutory business and elect a new Executive Board. They will also go over key policy issues that adult learning in Europe is facing. On the second day, the participants will learn more about the results of the FutureLabAE project, focusing on change-oriented education with a special focus on digitalization and democracy. Registration for the two-day interactive conference…

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20.9.

to 24.9.

EAEA Younger Staff Training 2021

The EAEA Younger Staff Training has taken place annually since 2011. While the training has considerably evolved over time, key elements have remained the same: the training targets young professionals in adult learning, encourages an exchange on the diversity of policy and practice across Europe, and supports building new connections in the field. Taking place in Brussels over five days, the daily programme builds on the participants’ knowledge of their own context by starting every morning with “adult education my…

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