2016: Creativity and Inclusiveness
In 2016, the Lifelong Learning Platform focused on the first priority of its Lifelong Learning Manifesto: “Building inclusive and democratic educational systems”. This priority covers different important issues such as citizenship and global education, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, fighting prejudices and discrimination, educational institutions democratic governance and learner participation, learning mobility for all and the use of arts and culture to tackle social challenges and enhance personal development.
The 2016 Awards were composed of 3 Winners and 10 Inspiring Practices.
LLLAwards2016: The three laureats were…
The LLLPlatform is pleased to announce that the Jury has spoken, and the three LLLAward winners who were announced during the Ceremony on 11 October in Brussels are…
The winners in the category Inspiring Practices are…
- F.A.R.E Football People Action Weeks
- Support Group Network
- Fair Start Global
- Citizens Curriculum
- Learning 2.0gether – SME Workers and Young Unemployed Skill-Sharing for Employability
- Global Challenges
- Le-MATH : Learning Mathematics through new communication factors.
- L3M – Enjoyable Life Long Learning for the Older Adult incorporating Montessori Principles
- Initiative Cookbook – Homemade Civic Engagement
- ISOLEARN: Innovation and social learning in Higher Education