The Annual Conference 2017 took place on 31 May and 1 June in Tallinn, Estonia. This year’s topic is “Education in a digital world. Reducing inequalities through lifelong learning”. The challenge of education in a digital world commands us to open education as widely as possible to include all, through flexible pathways and innovative thinking in order to enable all to adapt to yet unknown developments. The two days in Tallinn have brought us vibrant inputs, valuable contributions and […]More
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The LLLPlatform is pleased to announce it will be holding its Annual Conference 2017 in Estonia on the theme of Education in the Digital World. The Conference will take place on 31 may and 1 June. This event will call on participants to question the influence of digital technologies on pedagogy: how new technologies transform the teaching and learning experience, how education should adapt to deliver new and future skills, and more generally, how educational policies are designed in the digital era. Stay tuned for more information!More
Annual conferences - 12th January 2017
The learning community of tomorrow, what will it look like? The speed at which society has evolved in the last decades makes it difficult to conceive what might be happening in 10 years, let alone 20 or 50. But this is not enough to stop us from hoping for a better future. On the contrary, it seems the perfect time to design the society we dream of, and what role education will play in realising it! The LLLPlatform held […]More
On 16th June 2015, EUCIS-LLL organised its Annual Conference on “Lifelong Learning, paving the way for learning and qualifications”. These conferences, bringing together participants from a variety of sectors, ranging from public institutions, private enterprises to civil society organisations, constitute a milestone in EUCIS-LLL’s daily work: your experiences and exchanges help us shape policy recommendations and constitute a genuine moment of dialogue and peer exchange on lifelong learning.
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High level speakers including Claude Meisch, Luxembourgish Minister for Education, Childhood and Youth, stressed the importance of […]
2014 is a turning point for European cooperation in education and training “ET2020”. It is the moment to take stock of more than a decade of community action in the field, but also to make concrete proposals for improving both the priorities and the working methods. This is a very timely debate because after the European elections there will be a new Commissioner as well as new Members of Parliament to take forward the achievements to date, deliver […]More
“Rethinking Learning: Transversal competences in the spotlight” was the theme of EUCIS-LLL Annual Conference 2013 that took place on 14 May in Vilnius, Lithuania. Check out the Final Report. The aim of EUCIS-LLL Annual Conference 2013 “Rethinking Learning: Transversal competences in the spotlight” was to create a debate around the concept and role of transversal competences in the framework of the European strategy on “Rethinking Education”. Contributing every day through grassroots initiatives to equip people with […]More
Our Annual Conference on “Social innovation for active inclusion” gathered more than 100 participants from all over Europe that came to listen to our high level speakers and exchange knowledge and good practices. EUCIS-LLL would like to send many thanks to all our speakers, workshop animators and participants for having made of this day a fruitful and enthusiastic learning process but also a great leap forward for social innovation and active inclusion. Read the Final Report!More
Volunteers play an essential role within education and training organisations in the formal and non-formal systems. For instance, it is crucial to look at the role of volunteering to develop skills and competencies for personal, social and civic development as well as to look at ways of recognizing or validating them. Educational providers have also a specific role to play regarding volunteering in terms of guidance and training. The conference will tackle these issues notably during its four thematic workshops. […]More
More than 90 participants from various sectors of education and training, European, national and local authorities and social partners, were invited to discuss and share their perspectives and experiences on four main topics: active aging and intergenerational solidarity; social innovation in Lifelong learning: new ways to provide new skills for new societies, fighting social inclusion and poverty: investing in LLL, the key to economic and social recovery and Mobility for all: removing the barriers, creating opportunities.
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EUCIS-LLL organised an international conference on the autonomy of European universities during the European Education Fair held in Paris, on 23 November 2007. This conference was facilitated by our secretary general, Michel FEUTRIE, who is also president of the European University Continuing Education Network of contuining (EUCEN). It gathered around 150 persons to discuss about higher education reform in France in a European context. This case study led participants to discuss the ultimate goals of such reforms. Is an increased […]More