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  • |Europa
    01-09-2011

    Work, society and lifelong literacy - report of the inquiry into adult literacy in England

    Executive summary • September 2011
    Published by the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE), England and Wales
    There are an estimated 5.2 million adults in England who do not have the literacy skills to enable them to function effectively in modern society (The Skills for Life Survey, 2003).

  • |Europa
    01-08-2011

    Eurydice

    Quality Assurance in Teacher Education in Europe, New Eurydice Glossary published 2011
    Quality Assurance in Teacher Education in Europe
    This study analyses processes for evaluating and accrediting initial and in-service teacher education programmes and institutions. It provides a general overview of the existence of regulations on external and internal evaluation in different countries as well as specific information on the main features of theses processes and the use made of their findings.
    Document and press release: See link below.

    New Eurydice Glossary published
    Eurydice has just updated the second volume of its European Glossary on Education first published in 2000. In this Glossary you can find the answer to these and hundreds of other similar questions. This new edition clarifies 670 national terms in their original language, describing the various types of educational institution, at all levels of education, including adult education and special needs provision. It covers 30 countries in the Eurydice Network.

  • |Europa
    01-08-2011

    Education at a glance 2011: OECD indicators

    Published 2011

    The 2011 edition of Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators enables countries to see themselves in the light of other countries’ performance. It provides a broad array of comparable indicators on education systems and represents the consensus of professional thinking on how to measure the current state of education internationally.

  • |Europa
    01-12-2010

    Education, professionalization and social representations: on the transformation of social knowledge

    Edited by Mohamed Chaib, Berth Danermark & Staffan Selander, published 2010

    This edited collection of works, to be published by Routledge in November 2010, is a product of an international network of scholars working on lifelong learning. The chapters present a broad range of research related to how social knowledge is shared, transmitted and transformed in the context of education — especially adult education —and professional formation.

  • |Europa
    01-08-2010

    Initial findings from the iea international civic and citizenship education study

    Published in 2010.
    The 2009 IEA study of civic and citizenship education (ICCS), conducted in 38 countries around the world, built on the previous IEA studies of civic education, but took place in a context characterized by significant societal change, including the rapid development of new communication technologies, increased movement of people between countries, and the growth of supranational organizations.

  • |Europa
    01-01-2010

    Confintea VI

    NVL deltok aktivt på UNESCO konferansen Confintea VI, desember 2009.
    Confinteas fokus er voksnes læringsmuligheter og utdanning og hvor viktig det er for velferd og utvikling, nasjonalt og globalt.
    Lærende hadde en bred og tydelig plass for første gang i Confinteas historie. NVL var medspiller i en workshop om betydningen av ”The learners voice.
    En fullsatt sal deltok interessert i debatten
    Du kan lese mer her:
    Rapport (pdf)

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    01-08-2008

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    01-08-2008

    Action plan on adult learning

    Published 2007
    The Action Plan aims to help strengthen the adult learning sector in order to be able to use its full capacity. This is a complex sector, with a wide variety of providers, reaching all kinds of target groups. The cross-sectoral nature of adult learning is recognised. The general objective of the Action Plan is to implement the five key messages established in the Communication It is never too late to learn: to remove barriers to participation; to increase the quality and efficiency of the sector; to speed up the process of validation and recognition; to ensure sufficient investment; and to monitor the sector.
    PDF

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    01-08-2008

    Adult education trends and issues

    Published 2006

    The study (73 pages) is a high quality analysis of the current State of the Art in non-formal adult education. The full version of the study is available through the link below.
    www.eaea.org/index.php?k=10263

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    01-08-2008

    Adult learning: it is never too late to learn

    Published 2006
    On 23 October 2006, the European Commission adopted a Communication calling on the Member States to promote adult learning in Europe. The pressures of demographic change, globalisation and the emergence of newly industrialised and highly competitive countries mean that adult learning must be placed firmly on the political agenda. To do so, the Commission will work with the Member States to produce an Action Plan on Adult Learning in 2007. This aims to support European adult education, with high quality information, guidance and assessment systems, excellent learning content and delivery mechanisms.
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    01-08-2008

    Bringing education to life

    Published 2003
    Reaching hard-to-reach learners by creating innovative approaches to adult and community learning
    A UK–Sweden initiative
    PDF

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    01-08-2008

    Civil dialogue: making it work better

    Published 2006

    The Civil Society Contact Group published in autum 2006 the study Civil Dialogue, making it work better, which reviews and assesses NGOs' participation in the European project. "NGOs have played a key role in the development of a more democratic and accountable European Union. Over the years we witnessed the multiplication of opportunities for citizens to take part more directly in the EU project, going from online consultations to citizens' forums or juries" said Ilona Kish, chair of the Civil Society Contact Group. "However, more is not necessarily better: time has come for a common reflection on how to make participatory democracy work better in the EU", she added.

    Based on case studies analysing key moments of the EU public debate (such as the constitutional process and the Service Directive), the study is intended as a contribution to the heated debate on how to better connect the EU to its citizens.

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    01-08-2008

    Comparative analysis of lll strategies in Nordic and Baltic countries

    Published 2003
    The report has been produced as the background document for the Nordic - Baltic Lifelong Learning Conference “A Human Touch – Adults Learning with a Difference”
    PDF

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    01-08-2008

    National policies concerning lifelong learning

    Source: International Labour Office
    Denmark
    Finland
    Norway
    Sweden
    Estonia

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    01-08-2008

    New approaches in education for adult migrants

    Grundtvig Award 2006 project
    www.hydra.com.tr/eng/projects.php

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    01-08-2008

    New learning pathways for adults

    Published 2002A cross-sectoral overview of lifelong learning strategies.
    Report (pdf)
    Direct link to Outcomes

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    01-08-2008

    OECD work on education

    Published in 2006
    "Assisting members and partners to achieve high quality lifelong learning for all that contributes to personal development, sustainable economic growth and social cohesion".
    www.oecd.org/dataoecd/35/40/30470766.pdf

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    01-08-2008

    Promise and problems of e-democracy

    Published 2003
    Today, all OECD member countries recognise new information and communication technologies (ICTs) to be powerful tools for enhancing citizen engagement in public policy-making. Despite the limited experience to date, some initial lessons for online citizen engagement in policy-making are emerging:
    www.oecd.org/dataoecd/9/11/35176328.pdf

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    01-08-2008

    Promise and problems of e-democracy

    Published 2003
    Today, all OECD member countries recognise new information and communication technologies (ICTs) to be powerful tools for enhancing citizen engagement in public policy-making. Despite the limited experience to date, some initial lessons for online citizen engagement in policy-making are emerging:
    www.oecd.org/dataoecd/9/11/35176328.pdf

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    01-08-2008

    Qualifications systems: bridges to lifelong learning

    OECD 2007
    Evidence suggests that some mechanisms, such as those linked to credit transfer, recognition of prior learning, qualifications frameworks and stakeholder involvement, are especially powerful in promoting lifelong learning.
    This book presents policy responses to lifelong learning agendas that countries have adopted and that relate directly to their national qualifications system.
    Link to OECD page

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    01-08-2008

    Recent developments in adult education

    Published 2005
    EU Commission DG for education and culture. Reports 2005 from Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland, Lithuania, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Norway.
    Word (.doc)

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    01-08-2008

    Skill needs in europe - focus on 2020

    Published in 2008

    Cedefop Panorama series; 160
    Luxembourg 2008
    www.cedefop.europa.eu

    Report (pdf)

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    01-08-2008

    Skill needs in europe - focus on 2020

    Published in 2008

    Cedefop Panorama series; 160
    Luxembourg 2008
    www.cedefop.europa.eu

    Report (pdf)

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    01-08-2008

    The right to knowledge and development - liberal education in a global context

    Published 2004
    Nordic Folk High School Council International Conference
    in Moshi, Tanzania 26.9.-2.10.2004

    PDF

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