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eucen Open Fora

eucen is launching in 2020 a new initiative: A full month of ULLL presentations.
We invite you to join us throughout November – participate in an open activity every day!
Join us every working day of the month of November, always at 12:00 a.m. CET.
Grab a coffee and join us!
The eucen ULLL Open Fora will explore a different topic every week of November:

Mon 02 – Fri 06 November:
The Role of University Lifelong Learning in Learning Cities
Mon 09 – Fri 13 November:
Higher Education Work-based learning in a […]

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Cedefop on long-term mobility of apprentices

Learning abroad is an opportunity also for apprentices in Europe but only a few enjoy this possibility. Since the beginning of 2017, with the launch of Erasmus PRO and with the support of the European Parliament, cross-border long-term mobility of apprentices has become one of the European priorities in the field of VET. However, we know that this is still a niche phenomenon. What are the obstacles against it? What would make it possible on a larger scale?
At Cedefop invitation, […]

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EDEN – Microcredentials as the way forward

MicroHE aims to provide the most comprehensive policy analysis yet conducted of the impact of modularisation, unbundling and micro-credentialing in European Higher Education, and will address the challenges described above by:

gathering the state of the art in micro-credentialing in European Higher Education today, by organizing the first European survey on micro-credentials in HE, surveying at least 70 institutions across the continent, with the aim of understanding the current level of provision, the types of micro-credentials offered and future trends in provision of micro-credentials
forecasting […]

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EARLALL – Resilient Skills Ecosystems for a Crisis-proof Future

The COVID-19 outbreak has had a great impact in all spheres of life, changing the way in which we relate to each other, communicate and learn. In this context, resilience has emerged as a key skill to face such a crisis and be ready for other potential disruptions that might happen in the future. Therefore, EARLALL is happy to announce the launch of its initiative “Resilient Skills Ecosystems for a Crisis-proof Future”, emphasising not only resilience as a skill, but also the […]

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EMDR Europe – COVID-19: an educational emergency

In the health emergency related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, distance learning has been implemented by governments as a measure to grant continuity in teaching in a context of social distancing. In addition, this has represented a way of continuing to maintain the connection between students and teachers.
Teaching staff, who already play a very important role of reference in the daily relationship with their pupils and students, have a new and key responsibility in this emergency context: reassuring young people […]

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European School Students Demand Constructive Measures to Counterbalance Violence in Hungarian Schools

OBESSU expresses its deepest concern with the educational measures proposed by the Hungarian Government. The Government of Hungary announced its intention to deploy police forces in 500 schools across the country. The measure, according to the government, aims at preventing violence towards teachers and educational personnel. Additionally, the government plans to extend the range of criminal offences and set the minimum age limit of punishability at 12 years.
The measure proposed contradicts international and European law, violating the principles of the […]

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ERYICA – European Youth Information Quality Label Design Contest 2020

If you are not more than 30, design the new European Quality Label for youth information! It will be used by youth information providers across Europe that were granted the Label for providing quality services for young people. We are looking for an attractive Label that raises the attention of young people and expresses the reliability of the information provided. Submit your design and win a GoPro camera or a smartwatch!
What is the European Quality Label for Youth Information?
There is […]

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Work in Civil Society Organisations: Unsung Heroes?

This online survey is part of the EU supported Project THE UNSUNG HERO DIALOGUES, a partnership conducted with the support from the Europe for Citizens Programme. We are a group of educational organisations and activists from 7 different countries with a background in working in European cooperation projects notably in the fields of Human Rights education and promotion, non-formal education and socio-cultural intervention. This survey aims at getting a better and broader understanding of the labour situation among civil society […]

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EAfA Tandem Award 2020 – Applications now open!

The award, part of the 2020 Awards for VET Excellence, celebrates the excellent cooperation between apprentices and their employers in providing quality, effective and inclusive apprenticeships.
Do you happen to have an excellent apprentice in an excellent professional training programme? If so, why not take part? This prestigious award is exclusively open to EAfA members! We want companies or public institutions and individual apprentices to come forward and present an excellent example of apprentices in Europe.
This is your chance to receive […]

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