Ordinary Member

Društvo za Obrazovanje Odraslih - Adult Education Society (AES)

Who we are?

Adult Education Society is a non profit civil society organization established in 2000 with the aim of achieving the objectives in the field of adult learning and education.

Our mission is affirmation, support and development of adult learning and education, promotion of lifelong learning culture and support to social inclusion and international cooperation in the field of adult learning and education.

What we do?

Promotion of the importance of adult learning and education and the culture of lifelong learning;

  • Improvement of the quality of adult education and professionalization in adult education;
  • Improvement of accessibility of educational opportunities for adults and support to social inclusion and social cohesion through adult learning and education;
  • Contribution to the development of public policy in the field of adult learning and education;
  • Support to SEE Region reconciliation, European cooperation and networking in the field of adult education.

Our best Practices

  • Organization (since 2001) of adult learning festival is our typical and the most effective activity in the field of promotion of lifelong learning culture:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjPXwtJNNNk
    • New professional regional association in SERTO – Professionalization and Quality on Adult Education, initiated and supported by our organization, is our most prominent result in the field of professionalization; SERTO Standard of qualification of adult trainer is in the hard of the new culture of quality that SERTO promotes:

    https://mega.nz/#!9ZxXjKAJ!SUa0c5H_wn74vXLswgq8YP3e-kL6khnbJnW2y59qqXc

    • Contemporary Issues and Perspectives on Gender Research in Adult Education tries to explore how adult education history was constructed in relation to gender perspective and to offer possibilities to rewrite the past in a gender inclusive manner:

    Contemporary Issues and Perspectives on Gender Research in Adult Education (2016)

    • We found learning in community to be powerful tool, not only for promotion of lifelong learning culture, but also for improvement of accessibility of educational opportunities for adults, support to social inclusion and social cohesion and intergenerational cooperation:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCwexKpad2Q

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Narodni Univerzitet Niš - National University of Nis

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Društvo za Obrazovanje Odraslih - Adult Education Society (AES)

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