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LLL-HUB Key Outcomes Published!

The Lifelong Learning Hub (LLL-HUB) project which brings together ten partners from eight European countries representing public authorities, civil society organisations, chambers of commerce and educational institutions came to an end in May this year. The  project aimed at fostering shared meaning about lifelong learning across Europe by encouraging cross-sectorial cooperation and dialogue about the European agenda at national and regional level. Key project results are a Comparative Report on the implementation of Lifelong Learning in Europe compiled by the LLLPlatform which includes […]

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The LLLPlatform has a new director!

From 1 July 2016, the LLLPlatform will be directed by Brikena Xhomaqi. Before joining the Platform, Brikena was, among others, Head of Office at ESU and Director of ESN. She looks forward to meeting the network and work with you for the future of education in Europe. She can be contacted at brikena.xhomaqi@lllplatform.eu

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From the network

  • EQAF 2016: Registrations Open

    Registrations are now open for the 11th European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF), which will take place on 17-19 November 2016 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. EQAF has been co-organised by ENQA, ESU, EUA and EURASHE since 2006 and provides a unique platform for the higher education and quality assurance (QA) communities to monitor, shape and anticipate developments in the field. The main purpose of the Forum is to foster a dialogue on QA that bridges national boundaries and leads […]

  • European Students’ Convention 2016

    The 32nd European Students’ Convention will be held in Bratislava, Slovakia, from 30 September to 2 October 2016. The event is organised by SRVS – The Student Council for Higher Education in Slovakia in cooperation with ESU and will focus on three central themes: formal, non-formal and informal learning and how they can complement each other and contribute to key competences for active citizenship, recognition of prior learning: recognition challenges in higher education, the Lisbon recognition convention and European Qualifications Framework, […]

  • SHINE: Share, Improve, Develop Today’s Excellence for Tomorrow’s HVET

    SHINE targets actors governing and managing HVET programmes, as well as students, aiming at bridging the gap among local economic contexts and goals set by corresponding regional Smart Specialization Strategies, by acknowledging the role and innovative potential of high-level technical professional profiles.
    The next meeting will take place on 22 September at the Göteborg Tekniska College, run in partnership between trade and industry (Volvo Group) on the one hand and local authority on the other (city of Göteborg). […]

  • EWP Desk Research Findings

    The Erasmus Without Paper (EWP) aims to create a network supporting the electronic exchange of student data and documents by interlinking higher education institutions and their student information systems. The EUF has conducted the EWP Desk Research, which gives a broad overview of the different challenges that the European landscape of Erasmus+ student data raises. The research explores various quasi-standards set by European institutions and organisations, related projects analysing mobility processes, and presents the findings of one of Europe’s biggest consultations with Higher […]

  • EAEA Debate: Adult Education and Migration

    On 28 September, EAEA will be hosting a debate on the role of adult education in the context of migration, the inclusion of refugees and migrants and how collaboration and cooperation on this issue across sectors can be improved. The debate will bring together political and civil society organisation representatives, researchers and learners. Find out more and register.

  • Telecentre Europe Awards 2016

    The Telecentre Europe Awards were established to recognise the achievements of individuals and organisations across Europe that enable people to get to grips with technology. Thousands of individuals and hundreds of organisations around Europe work daily with communities to empower citizens through technology and the Internet: from teaching digital literacy and online safety to carrying out transactions with government and boosting entrepreneurship, from supporting young people’s employability to uniting different stakeholders for ensuring digital inclusion. The Telecentre Europe Awards acknowledge their […]

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