Author: Vera Waage



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    27-10-2015

    The AVA Jour Fixe debates challenges and benefits of validation for adult education

    Action Plan for Validation and non-formal Adult Education (AVA) project contributes to reducing the fragmentation of validation systems on different levels, namely policy and practice, by analysing tools and methodologies in different European countries and proposing solutions from the civil society perspective.

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    26-10-2015

    Stakeholders brainstorming on Erasmus+

    European Union’s Eramus+ programme has been running for nearly two years. Around 150 stakeholders from various organisations had a chance to discuss and give feedback to the EU representatives in a conference organised by S&D group in the European Parliament premises in Brussels.

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    23-10-2015

    Basic skills and integration of migrants among the main trends of European adult education in 2015

    On October 21st, 2015 EAEA’s Finnish member The Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation co-organised an event in Helsinki, Finland discussing the adult education scenario in Europe and its relevance in the global context.

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    22-10-2015

    The AEMA Maturity Matrix: Benchmarking the accessibility of adult learning centres

    The AEMA (Adult Education Made Accessible) Network aims at increasing the accessibility, participation, transparency and quality of adult education in Europe. One of the tools the network will be soon deploying is the AEMA Maturity Matrix.

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    12-10-2015

    EAEA statement on the Draft Joint Report on ET2020

    The European Association for the Education of Adults welcomes the draft joint report and the new priorities. EAEA welcomes the renewed focus on lifelong learning systems and the fact that adult learning remains a key part of the ET2020 strategic framework.

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    09-10-2015

    CEDEFOP study underlines the strong need to upskill low-skilled adults in Europe

    The CEDEFOP (European centre for the development of vocational training) organised an information session on their new study “Economic and social consequences of low skilled adults in the EU” in Brussels on the 2nd of October.

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    07-10-2015

    EAEA Board meets with Julie Fionda, Member of Commissioner Thyssen’s Cabinet

    During its last Board meeting, on the 24th of September, the EAEA Board met with Ms Julie Fionda, Member of the Cabinet of Ms Marianne Thyssen

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    06-10-2015

    Education is a central piece of answer to combat antisemitism and islamophobia

    Hosted by M. Frans Timmermans, First Vice President of the European Commission in cooperation with EU Commissioner for Justice Ms. Věra Jourová, the first Annual Colloquium on fundamental rights in the EU took place in Brussels on 1st and 2nd of October 2015.

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    29-09-2015

    Giving a new impetus to citizenship education

    There is a strong need to support citizens in developing their critical and creative thinking, and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have a role to play in citizenship education. The second Interest Group on Lifelong Learning meeting took place in Brussels on 22nd of September 2015.

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    22-09-2015

    Raising awareness of the importance of development cooperation

    The European Year for Development is now in full swing and EAEA members across Europe continue to raise awareness about global issues. For the Lithuanian Association of Adult Education (LAAE) development is a challenge that it meets in order to improve its response to the problems people face in developing countries.

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    16-09-2015

    Making learning accessible with Open Badges

    The AEMA Network, Adult Education Made Accessible, www.aemanet.eu, aims at increasing the accessibility, participation, transparency and quality of Adult Education in Europe. One of the tools the network is currently exploring to address the accessibility challenge is Open Badges.

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    15-09-2015

    Know Your Lifestyle – the Toolkit available now!

    Since 2013 DVV International and the EAEA, together with other European partners, have been implementing the project ‘Know your Lifestyle’ which aims at contributing to raising awareness on sustainable consumption at the European level. A series of teaching modules addressed primarily at young learners participating in Second Chance Education programmes was developed in collaboration with NGOs and teachers.

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    14-09-2015

    Health literacy depends on basic skills

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The situation-based preventive project 'Alpha-Power in the Health Sector' won the National Category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015. The project trained health staff to understand the connection between basic skills and health.

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    11-09-2015

    An upcoming European web portal supports health literacy

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The IROHLA project aims to have an impact on the way we deliver health services to older people in Europe, helping them to better manage their own health. The project is the winner in the European category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015.

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    10-09-2015

    Celebrate the Literacy Week with ELINET

    The Literacy Week organised by the European Literacy Network (ELINET), runs from the 8th to the 17th of September 2015. There are 150 events across Europe, including workshops and photo contests.

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    08-09-2015

    Queen Mothers as the Advocates of Comprehensive Abortion Care

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Comprehensive Abortion Care project, the winner of the International Category of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015, sets advocacy and education on safe abortion in focus. As a result, over 10,000 Ghanaians have been reached through Queen Mothers.

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    07-09-2015

    ICAE responds to the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals

    The 2030 United Nations' (UN) Agenda for Sustainable Development is finally here. The International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) is dissatisfied at the outcome document.

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    04-09-2015

    MEET project: Meeting the health literacy needs of immigrant populations

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The health status of migrants and ethnic minority groups is often worse than that of the average population. MEET project aims at strengthening the recognition of multiculturalism and include migration-related competences in the health care services.

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    03-09-2015

    The EAEA Secretariat celebrates its first year at Mundo-J

    Mundo-J is an eco-renovated building, having a central location in the heart of the European district and gathering under the same roof more than thirty actors for social change. One year after moving in, the EAEA Secretariat reflects upon the change of premises.

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    02-09-2015

    Health Equity 2020 project: Reducing health inequalities

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Socioeconomic disadvantage is strongly associated with indicators of ill health in all Member States and regions of the European Union. Health Equity 2020 project aims to assist Member States and regions to develop evidence-based action plans on reducing health inequalities, and seek funding to address the issues.

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    31-08-2015

    A validation success story from Romania

    It looks like Romania might be on the right track to achieve widespread validation of non-formal and informal learning. AVA survey results will be available in October - will other countries follow in Romania's footsteps?

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    21-08-2015

    Opettajat tyytyväisiä ammattiinsa Euroopassa

    Eurooppalaiset opettajat ovat varsin tyytyväisiä ammattiinsa, mutta useissa maissa yhteiskunta ei tunnu arvostavan ammattia riittävästi.

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    21-08-2015

    Datorn i skolan, del 1: Därför behövs egen dator i skolan

    Följ vår gästskribent Håkan Fleischers miniserie, specialskriven för Nättidningen re:flex! Den handlar om hans specialområden: datorn i skolan och digital bildning. Idag publicerar vi del 1 av 3. Häng med! Ur elevens perspektiv är det lika viktigt med egen dator som ur samhällets. Det finns en myt om unga människor som automatiskt digitalt bevandrade. Så är inte fallet. Det finns inte en digital generation som per automatik behärskar datorer och alla är heller inte väldigt intresserade. Alla unga har inte heller förutsättningar hemifrån att ha tillgång till datorer och internet under vettiga former. [ läs mer... ]

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    20-08-2015

    How to make vocational education more attractive?

    Despite improvements, adult learning still needs to become more attractive, inclusive, accessible and flexible, states European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) in its new briefing note 'Encouraging adult learning'.

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    19-08-2015

    "For us development is a very broad concept"

    ADULT EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT. EAEA's Belgian member organisation supports projects that alleviate poverty, promote lifelong learning and enhance basic skills. Their development work is targeted at people living in Belgium.

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    18-08-2015

    Light.gen project helps to find a healthy lifestyle

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Living Healthy through Generations (Light.gen) project aims to provide families, especially older generation, with knowledge and practical competencies in the field of dietetics, healthy nutrition and an active lifestyle.

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    14-08-2015

    Preserving life quality in rural areas

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The demographic trend of an ever increasing number of over 50 year-olds coupled with a simultaneous “brain drain” of younger people is an increasing problem in many rural areas in Europe. This was a starting point for Vitalise project, one of the nominees for the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015.

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    11-08-2015

    HEFILL project promotes healthy aging

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Healthy and Fit in Later Life (HEFILL) 2010–2012 was an endeavour to study offers for older people in the field of sports and movement, make proposals how to increase the level of physical activity among sedentary older people and to enhance the quality of later life.

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    10-08-2015

    Social partners have a key role in promoting adult learning at the workplace

    European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) has published a new guide on access to and participation in continuous vocational education and training in Europe. It provides policy guidance, outlines success factors and gives examples of good practice to make continuing VET and adult learning more attractive, accessible and of high quality.

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    07-08-2015

    Exposé reveals patient’s role in the society

    EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015. Exposé is a hybrid theatre performance of public speaking and contemporary dance. Its work exposes the ongoing problems behind status of patients with Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) and other rare diseases within the local health care system in Serbia.

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    04-08-2015

    Linking basic skills with health promotion

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The aim of the Sustainable food and move competences project was to link the topics of illiteracy and basic education with health-promoting issues – food and movement – and to enable participants to an implicit learning.

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    31-07-2015

    WeDO2 stands for the wellbeing and dignity of older people

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    30-07-2015

    EAEA's British member NIACE to merge with CESI

    NIACE and the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (CESI) announced their intention to become one organisation on 14 July 2015. The announcement, made at the IntoWork Convention, follows the Strategic Alliance of the two organisations which was announced in February this year.

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    28-07-2015

    Take Care Project: Healthcare Language Guide for Migrants

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    24-07-2015

    HIHTAST: Active ageing in the modern society

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    21-07-2015

    Healthy Lifestyles: Lifelong learning for a longer life

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    17-07-2015

    Educating community and organisational leaders in health promotion

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    15-07-2015

    Learning shouldn't end after school, nowhere

    An essential piece of the post-2015 education agenda is lifelong learning. This approach demands more responsive education and skills policies that allow for a flexible adaptation of skills supply to rapidly-changing requirements and ensure that individuals can continue to learn and apply competencies effectively. And it becomes increasingly visible that the traditional view on how knowledge is acquired is changing.

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    14-07-2015

    Diabetes Literacy: self-management education for a healthier life

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    10-07-2015

    CINAGE: Later life learning opportunities

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    09-07-2015

    European Parliament votes on TTIP

    European Parliament votes on TTIP

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    08-07-2015

    Discussing adult education and health at EAEA Annual Conference 2015

    100 participants from all over Europe and beyond met on 22 June in Porto, Portugal, at the Annual Conference of EAEA. This year, the conference focused on “Adult Education and Health”, the annual theme of EAEA in 2015.

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    07-07-2015

    aLearn project: Adult education to stay fit and healthy in the old age

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    03-07-2015

    Comprehensive Abortion Care: Health education empowers women

    EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Every year, EAEA hands out the EAEA Grundtvig Award to successful projects in adult education. In 2015, three projects were awarded with a prize: an international, a European and a national initiative. The theme of this year’s award was Adult Education and Health.

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    02-07-2015

    Winner of EAEA Grundtvig Award 2014 publishes book

    The project The Book of Plans Hopes and Dreams, winner of the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2014 in the category “World War I Remembrance Initiatives”, closed in spring 2015. The main part of the project was a writing competition that produced impressive results: 52 very personal and touching texts of young people from Britain, Germany, but also from Australia, India, and Iran.

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    01-07-2015

    “Change the world through concrete actions”

    Adult education is a key for achieving social change and reducing poverty levels around the world. Many of the EAEA members therefore address the issue of development in the work of their organisations. EAEA asked La Ligue de l’Enseignement from France about their work in adult education and its contribution to international solidarity and sustainable development.

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    30-06-2015

    The ROM-ACT GUIDE: how providers can support Roma women validating their comptences

    The ROM-ACT consortium has just published a guide which has the purpose to support providers and civil society organisations to assist Roma women and other disadvantaged groups in the process of validation of non-formal and informal learning.

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    29-06-2015

    TheAEMA Award goes to the Retzhof Castle!

    The AEMA Award has the purpose to prize projects and initiatives which contribute to increase the accessibility of adult education in Europe. It was launched in the framework of the AEMA Grundtvig network, in parallel to the EAEA Grundtvig award 2015.

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    29-06-2015

    The AEMA Award goes to the Retzhof Castle!

    The AEMA Award has the purpose to prize projects and initiatives which contribute to increase the accessibility of adult education in Europe. It was launched in the framework of the AEMA Grundtvig network, in parallel to the EAEA Grundtvig award 2015.

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    25-06-2015

    “The most important thing for me is to make sure that we can all work together”

    The re-elected EAEA President Per Paludan Hansen underlines the importance of cooperation: the challenges of adult education are similar everywhere in Europe. In the next term he wants to further fortify EAEA’s lobbying work to strengthen the voice of adult education in Europe.

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    24-06-2015

    One fifth of adults in OECD countries lack basic ICT skills

    Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are playing an important role in the life of many people nowadays. The OECD report on digital skills of adults reveals the importance of computer skills in modern work life.

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    18-06-2015

    Lifelong learning should play a role in Global Citizenship Education

    ‘Global citizens’ are more involved in their communities and are aware of the global ties of their actions. Lifelong learning can play a crucial role in Global Citizenship Education to raise awareness of global inequalities, to foster democratic change and to empower citizens worldwide.

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    17-06-2015

    EAEA Secretary-General to EUCIS-LLL Board

    EAEA Secretary General Gina Ebner has been elected as an Executive Board member of European Civil Society Platform on Lifelong Learning (EUCIS-LLL). She replaces Gerhard Bisovsky from Austrian Association for Adult Education Centres for the last year of his mandate who, due to increased commitments in Austria, has decided to step down from his mandate.

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    11-06-2015

    EAEA becomes a member of development confederation CONCORD

    EAEA has been approved as an Associate Member of CONCORD, the European NGO confederation for Relief and Development. CONCORD is the main civil society interlocutor for the EU institutions in the field of development.

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    10-06-2015

    "It is a European responsibility to raise the issue of financing adult education"

    Dr. Katarina Popovic, the Secretary-General of the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), warns that the moment of truth for global adult education is here. She appeals toEuropean governments and to European civil society to fight for the existence of true lifelong learning.

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    04-06-2015

    New publications from the OECD

    The focus of the new OECD publications 'Universal Basic Skills' and 'OECD Skills Outlook 2015: Youth, Skills and Employability' is on young people.

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    03-06-2015

    ROM-ACT: more inclusive validation systems needed in the EU

    Roma are one of the groups experiencing significant social, educational and labour exclusion in Europe. While many of them have acquired valuable knowledge, skills and competences through working life, the majority do not hold formal qualifications.

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    26-05-2015

    AE-Pro e-training is becoming a success story

    'European e-training for Adult Educators', initiated AE-Pro project, started with an introductory webinar in April. The project consortium met last week in Malmö, Sweden, to plan the next steps of the training and the project.

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    25-05-2015

    LLinE and InfoNet combine forces

    Lifelong Learning in Europe (LLinE) journal and InfoNet Adult Education network form a completely new adult education media, under a new name. The media will be the biggest in its field on the continent. EAEA is a close partner and has been involved in the design.

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    22-05-2015

    AEMA network identifies barriers for adult learners

    The AEMA Network aims to change the fact that not everyone has equal access to adult education by developing a shared network and quality framework on accessibility issues in adult education provision. During the first year of the three-year-long project the accessibility criteria has been developed.

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    19-05-2015

    Draft UNESCO Recommendation on Adult Learning and Education published

    The revision of the 1976 Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education requested by the Belém Framework for Action has reached its final phase. In accordance with UNESCO's rules and regulations, a final report on the revision process has recently been sent to Member States together with a draft text of the revised Recommendation.

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    04-05-2015

    Adult learning in a Danish society shocked by terror?

    INFONET. An Interview with Knud Illeris, Danish scientist and Professor in Lifelong Learning.

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    15-04-2015

    EAEA is looking for a Communications Intern to the Helsinki Unit

    EAEA's communication unit is placed in an organisation called Kansanvalistusseura, The Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation – KVS, which supports learning and builds a society of learners by offering expertise and services.

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    13-04-2015

    EPALE is officially launched

    Launch of the EPALE platform is on Wednesday 15th of April 2015. You can follow it online.

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    09-04-2015

    EAEA statement to the Paris Declaration of the European Education Ministers

    The European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) welcomes the Paris ‘Declaration on Promoting citizenship and the common values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education’.

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    26-03-2015

    Mötesplatsen: Om vatten, hovstallet, Lidan Marine, försäkringar och bio

    Lidköpingsnytts sida som är gratis för föreningslivet.

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    25-03-2015

    15/4; Thage Peterson på Nato-möte i Växjö

    Möte i Växjö med Thage G Peterson 15/4: Bevara alliansfriheten – nej till svenskt Nato-medlemskap! Onsdag 15/4 kl 18.

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    25-03-2015

    Ja till samarbete - nej till medlemskap

    GÄSTKRÖNIKA När det gäller Nato vill Sverige ha samarbete, men inte medlemskap.

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    25-03-2015

    Utvärdera mera

    Sociala investeringsfonder är det nya grå – som i kommunalgrå. Sedan Norrköpings kommun var först ut 2010 med att inrätta en social investeringsfond har konceptet spridit sig över Sverige.

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    25-03-2015

    Hörbyförfattare aktuell med novell om kärlek

    HÖRBY. Josefin Kylli debuterade i en novellsamling förra året.

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    25-03-2015

    Hon vill återskapa variation i skogen

    Ett nytt närverk har bildats för att värna skogen. Malin Sahlin från Naturskyddsföreningen föreläste på Naturum om hur skogen mår.

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    25-03-2015

    Kö till ABF när asylsökande lär sig svenska

    Asylsökande i Filipstad knackade på dörren hos ABF i Filipstad och ville lära sig svenska.

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    25-03-2015

    Digital vecka med nyttiga hjälpmedel

    Digitala veckan avslutades i Kramfors under onsdagen med ett digert program.

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    25-03-2015

    Musikprojekt för en mer jämställd musikscen

    På lördag den 28 mars drar Arena 305 igång musiksatsningen Mosaik, som riktar sig till tjejer och transpersoner mellan 12 och 25 år.

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    25-03-2015

    Feministisk rap peppar påsklovslediga

    Helsingborg Toppdelad Peppande föreläsningar och workshops i DJ:ande och beats står på programmet när ett feministiskt hiphop-gäng

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    25-03-2015

    Ny stor satsning på Mitt val

    Nu blir det fler studiecirklar för personer med intellektuell funktionsnedsättning.

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    25-03-2015

    PRESSINBJUDAN: Årets guidade naturupplevelser i Halmstad

    Upptäcksfärd bland ödegårdar och längs hålvägar i Biskopstorp, slåtter i Hästilt, familjedag på Stadsbondgården eller varför inte

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    25-03-2015

    Spara bilder och dokument trådlöst i molnet Guide: Så funkar lagring i molnet.

    Utan en fungerande backup kan en kraschad hårddisk innebära en katastrof.

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    25-03-2015

    Spara bilder och dokument trådlöst Guide: Så funkar lagring i molnet.

    Utan en fungerande backup kan en kraschad hårddisk innebära en katastrof.

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    25-03-2015

    Digitala aktiviteter på Kramfors bibliotek

    Under tisdagen hölls tre programpunkter på Kramfors kommunbibliotek.

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    25-03-2015

    Ny skallgång efter försvunne Vetlandabon idag

    Frivilligorganisationen Missing People tänker genomföra ytterligare en skallgång efter den 20-årige man som försvann i Vetlanda natten

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    25-03-2015

    Fest för serieälskare på Stadsbiblioteket

    MALMÖ. Nu i helgen är det dags för Malmö Seriefest.

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    25-03-2015

    Malmö Seriefest på Stadsbiblioteket 28–29 mars i Röda rummet

    Malmö Seriefest är en seriemässa med fokus på självpublicerade serier i fansin eller bokform.

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    25-03-2015

    Invandrare måste snabbt komma in i samhället

    Inte sedan andra världskriget har så många människor flytt från krig och konflikter, just nu är siffran uppe i 54 miljoner.

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    25-03-2015

    "Det är roligt att testa olika saker"

    Vad ser du mest fram emot under årets UKM-festival?

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    25-03-2015

    Bibliotek som släpper fram talare

    Min mening I den lilla staden Strängnäs, där för övrigt moderaterna är starka, fick jag ensam prata om tredje världen under andra världskriget på deras stadsbibliotek.

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    25-03-2015

    Mötesplatsen: Kultisdans och bio

    Lidköpingsnytts sida som är gratis för föreningslivet.

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    24-03-2015

    Skyttekväll Simulatorskytte

    25 mars kl.18.

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    24-03-2015

    Visst kan alla lära sig digitalt

    – Så vill jag deklarera via datorn också.Ingrid Ekestubbe, 80 år, ger sig i kast med den digitala tekniken.

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    24-03-2015

    Bredsel levererar igen

    I helgen höll Bygdegårdarnas riksförbunds norrbottensdistrikt årsstämma i Bredsels bygdegård.

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    24-03-2015

    Föräldrarna vill ha skolan kvar två år till

    Stämningen var upprörd när föräldrar samlades till informationsmöte på gymnasieskolan Humanus som stänger i juni.

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    24-03-2015

    Club Live gästar Domsaga

    Studiefrämjandet arrangerar konsert.

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    24-03-2015

    Kvinnor tar över M och S

    Socialdemokraterna och Moderaterna i Sigtuna har valt nya ordförande – båda kvinnor.

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    24-03-2015

    Ja till nytt integrationsprojekt

    Eksjö. I sommar kan åtta ungdomar få feriearbeta i ett nytt integrationsprojekt. Ledningsutskottet ställer sig positiv till projektet.

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    24-03-2015

    Sydnärkenytt ska åter sända på 94,3

    Myndigheten för radio och TV har nu beslutat om en fördelning av sändningstider för närradions frekvens 94,3 över Kumla och Hallsberg.

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    24-03-2015

    What does TTIP mean for adult education?

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations are worrying many civil society organisations, including EAEA. But what is TTIP and how does it concern adult education? EAEA Policy Officer Tania Berman explains.