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EAEA General Assembly, Grundtvig Award Ceremony and Annual Conference 2023

Zagreb, Croatia Zagreb, Croatia (Local Name: Hrvatska)

The EAEA annual events 2023 will take place in Zagreb, Croatia on 6-7 June, co-organised by EAEA member DANTE. Join the EAEA General Assembly on 6 June to discuss key policy issues at the European and global level together with our members, and to get to know the new Executive Board of EAEA. In the Read More

Call for Proposals for the EBSN Annual Conference 2023

Pécs Pécs, Hungary

The EBSN’s General Assembly and the Annual Conference 2023 will take place in wonderful city of Pécs in Hungary will be organised in presential format. The Conference’s Program Committee is hereby issuing a Call for Proposals for all those interested in contributing to the conference. Please send your proposals for conference presentations by filling in this Read More

Training Courses for trainers, educators and teachers: ICT TEACHING SKILLS

Wrocław, Poland

NGO Trainers’ Association in Poland (sTOP) organises a series of training courses for teachers, educators and trainers for 2023-2024. A 5-day workshop devoted to improving digital skills used in education (formal and informal), in particular in creating videos and PowerPoint presentations. The workshop will also take place on 27.11-1.12.2023 in Wrocław, Poland. More information available. Read More


EAEA Younger Staff Training 2023 – cancelled

The next EAEA Younger Staff Training edition will not take place in September 2023. Unfortunately, this training has been cancelled. Please keep a look out for new information.

E-engaged kick-off event


Welcome to the e-engAGEd project, which aims to strengthen the digital, social and political engagement of young adults (aged 18-25) and older adults (aged 50+) through an intergenerational learning approach. We would like to introduce you to the project and ask you to take part in our survey on misinformation, digital citizenship and online civic Read More

Quality first: exchange of experiences on learner mobility in Erasmus+


Join us for an insightful session on how to improve learner mobility within Erasmus+ KA1! Discover effective organizational strategies through real-life examples. Help us enhance the learner mobility experience by highlighting successes and suggesting areas for improvement. We will discuss not only what sending and hosting organisations can do to make learner mobility a quality Read More

Introduction to adult learning in Europe


This course will introduce you to the very concept of non-formal adult learning, and how adult learning is practiced across the continent. Through a series of short videos and complementary reading activities, you will explore inspiring methods and approaches that foster learning among adults from all walks of life: from community education in Ireland, to Read More

CONFINTEA VII / Marrakech Framework for Action in Europe – webinar


The online event organised by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning and EAEA will explore the implementation of the Marrakech Framework for Action in Europe. On invitation only. For more information please contact our Capacity Building Officer  

Lifelong learning for local sustainable growth: Policy and Practices for the Green Transition

Brussels Brussels, Belgium

During the context of the Week of Regions and Cities, EARLALL, SkillNet Ireland and EAEA are pleased to announce this workshop. The workshop will propose an exchange on initiatives that empower local & regional authorities, businesses, and communities to develop the skills needed to achieve a carbon-neutral local economy. Participants will reflect upon a roadmap for building capacity in Read More

Gender, green transition, microcredentials

Brussels Brussels, Belgium

Women are underrepresented in the green sectors and often are missing the relevant skills profiles to tackle the green transition. Micro-credentials have been used at the local and regional level as a flexible and targeted tool in lifelong learning to address specific skills shortages. Is it therefore possible for micro-credentials to address the green skills Read More