ETUCE is pleased to announce that the registration for the online course on Citizenship and Human Rights Education for Change, is open now. This research and training initiative is free of charge. The 6 weeks course takes place from 29 April until 9 June 2019, and offers teachers, school leaders, other education personnel, and education employers, an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in teaching and learning about democratic citizenship, human rights and inclusive education.
On 4 October 2019 in Dijon, France, academics,
researchers and practitioners from Europe and beyond will present their latest
work during the annual Education and Research Session organised during the 2019
ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy “Diversity and
sustainability at work. Policies and practices from culture and education” (2-5
This gathering of the international education
and research community will provide a unique interdisciplinary environment to
get the latest world-class education practices and research being conducted on
cultural management and policy.
Each year EAEA celebrates innovation and excellence in adult education. The EAEA Grundtvig Award highlights project results that produce new ideas, partnerships, methodologies and understanding how we can work in adult learning.
This year, Grundtvig Awards will be given to best projects or initiatives promoting learning of Life Skills. Life Skills are combinations of different capabilities that enable adults to become lifelong learners and to solve problems in order to live an independent life and participate in society. EAEA will […]
The ESNsurvey 2019 has been officially launched and the topic is transversal to all education actors, as this edition is focused on mobility students and their sense of citizenship in political, civil and social actions.
How affected are the lives of these students after their exchanges? What is the impact of a mobility experience in students who through the programme have the opportunity to meet new cultures, new friends, live in an international environment? With the questionnaire we aim at understanding […]
On International Women’s Day, UNESCO has launched the call for nominations for the 2019 UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education. The Prize annually awards US$ 50,000 to two outstanding laureates.
Governments of UNESCO Member States and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in official partnership with UNESCO are now invited to nominate up to three individuals, institutions or organizations who have made strong contributions in favour of girls’ and women’s education.
Nominated projects must meet the eligibility and selection criteria set by the Prize. They must […]
The European Federation for Intercultural Learning – EFIL is offering a training course for secondary school teachers and school leaders based on the model of the training ‘Intercultural learning at School’ developed in the Erasmus+ project Intercultural learning for Pupils and Teachers: www.intercultural-learning.eu
The training course will be in English and will take place on 21-24 August (including travel) in Berlin, Germany. The participation fee will be approximately 550 euro including accommodation in a double room and meals. For […]
The European Students’ Union (ESU) releases a Statement unifying the students’ priorities for both the upcoming elections as well as the future work of the Members of the European Parliament
The original article first appeared on ESU’s website.
After the European Students’ Union 75th Board Meeting (25 November – 1 December 2018), student representatives from 39 countries from all across Europe decided on the key issues they want to stress ahead of the European Parliament elections taking place in May 2019.
This special issue features seven articles by Indigenous scholars from territories which now form part of Kenya, the United States, Mexico, and Peru. The articles link Indigenous knowledge systems with education, drawing on Indigenous theories and comparative- international perspectives, and examining how Indigenous knowledges are framed to promote lifelong learning. The work of the Indigenous scholars presented here illustrates a sharing of ideas, practices, initiatives and visions that foster international networks of learning and serve as vital […]
The International Labour Organization published its report on “Work for a brighter future“, by its Global Commission on the Future of Work. The report proposes a human-centred agenda for the future of work that strengthens the social contract by placing people and the work they do at the centre of economic and social policy and business practice. This agenda consists of three pillars of action, which in combination would drive growth, equity and sustainability for present and future generations:
After three long and rewarding years of work, the HE4u2 consortium and project coordinators are happy to announce that the HE4u2 project has achieved the targeted objectives and will be officially closed by 31 December 2018. The project had started in January 2016 funded under the Erasmus+ programme, aiming to address the needs of migrant or ethnic minority students via a better integration of cultural diversity into higher education teaching and learning practices.
The HE4u2 project has developed an approach […]