MEDIA RELEASE. The 18th annual Grundtvig Awards were given to #GEMMA and DIGIT-AL. Both initiatives have made great contributions in building digital citizenship and promoting democracy.
EAEA has opened its annual country reports survey. The country reports, published on the country reports website since 2019, inform all ALE stakeholders about innovations and challenges in our sector and have become a key document for our advocacy. Our members are invited to complete this year’s survey by 22 October. The 2021 country reports will be published at the end of the year.
EAEA’s Bildung project has launched its very first project result, providing a comprehensive overview on why we need Bildung-based approach in adult learning and education. This publication is the first part of a six-issue series exploring Bildung and different thematic topics.
The MASTER partners gathered in July to share key principles of the upcoming trainings on personal, social and learning to learn -competence, and prepared for the testing phase of the project.
Politically divisive, but undisputedly one of the most influential voices for adult education: this is how Paulo Freire’s achievements for pedagogy and andragogy could best be described. Sunday 19 September is 100th anniversary of Paulo Freire’s birth.
The entire population of Europe as well as representatives of politics, social partners, and civil society should actively work together to create understanding of climate change and its consequences. The education sector – including non-formal ALE – must have a permanent seat at the table where the policy decisions are made.
The FutureLabAE project consortium launches two documents that support the design, implementation, and promotion of change-oriented adult education in Europe.
The MASTER Transnational Training was held on 19, 20 and 21 July.
The training was part of the MASTERplan, a bridge programme of personalised learning activities, which is one of the objectives of this Erasmus+ project.
In an increasingly interconnected world, how can we “unlearn” our thinking patterns and transition to a system based on solidarity? How can we ensure that everyone’s contribution to society is equally valued? These were some of the issues brought up at the WIDHT event 6 July.
Moving teaching activities and exchanges online has become a necessity for all of us. At an EAEA event we heard how the Adult Education Academy in Wuertzburg, Germany was organised online for the first time, and what were the key success factors to learn from. We also heard about the experiences of an innovative online course for adult educators in Austria.