The meeting of the Lifelong Learning Interest Group on 1 December 2021, taking place online and chaired by MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen, was held under the theme “Funding Education for Wellbeing”.
Well-being in adult learning is in the New European Agenda for Adult Learning
Ema Perme, representative of the Slovenian Presidency, highlighted the recent adoption of the New European Agenda for Adult Learning as one of the most important achievements of the Slovenian Presidency. “Well-being will be one of the cornerstones in […]
The 11th edition of the Lifelong Learning Week will take place on 29 November – 3 December 2021. For 2021, our iconic event will tackle the topic “The changing nature of evaluation in education and its impact on learners’ wellbeing“.
The Lifelong Learning Platform has chosen this as its annual theme, and we have been carrying consultations with members, partners, representatives of the EU institutions, the Portuguese and the Slovenian Presidencies of the EU and several education stakeholders. From our […]
The year 2021 marks the start of the European Education Area as well as of the renewed Digital Education Action Plan and therefore, an opportunity for Europe and Member States to reflect and build capacities to achieve its goals. However, Europe and its Member States face difficulties with citizens’ engagement in policy-making because of a lack of trust, knowledge and/or a lack of social dialogue. This is affecting the quality and efficiency of public services such as education and training.
BRUSSELS, 9 December 2020. A high-level panel debate during the meeting of the Lifelong Learning Interest Group on 1 December launched a discussion on key issues related to the European Education Area. The discussion took place virtually during the Lifelong Learning Week 2020 and brought together more than 60 key stakeholders in the education, learning and training sector.
A call for more Europe in education
In her opening speech, MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen (EPP, Finland) addressed one of the […]
With the Lifelong Learning Awards LLLP takes a stand to celebrate creative and inclusive practices in education and training. The aim of the Lifelong Learning Award is to give visibility to innovative practices taking place all over Europe in order to attract public attention on lifelong learning as well as to inspire new practices and policies. Because of this, the Lifelong Learning Platform selects each year its annual specific priorities and sets its advocacy strategy on it. The LLLAwards are one […]
As part of the GamifyEU project, YEU will present this new campaign called EUCTIONARY! What is it? It’s a series of videos that will explain in an easygoing way, basic concepts related to the European Union and its institutions. We know that it seems quite complicated to make a distinction between the roles and functions of the different institutions. This is why we decided to make this campaign, to bring these concepts closer to the young people.
The Lifelong Learning Platform has opened the registrations to its flagship event, the Lifelong Learning Week! Celebrating its 10th edition, the LLLWeek 2020 will be hosted by MEP Kammerevert and will take place on 1-4 December 2020.
This year’s topic is particularly relevant and urgent to tackle if we want to (re)build more solid, resilient and sustainable education systems. “Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Societies”, in fact, is not only a slogan, but a true recipe for the future […]
The Lifelong Learning Platform and InScool project partners are happy to invite you to InScool final advocacy event.
Date: 18 November 2020 – 3pm-6pm CET (online) AGENDA
This advocacy event is marking the closure of the Erasmus+ funded Inclusive Schools – InScool project with the aim to highlight best practices identified in the course of the two-year project to a large audience of education stakeholders from the viewpoint […]
The European discourse on sustainability has gained the centre of policy arenas and has spilt over all fields, including lifelong learning. Nowadays, it is no longer enough to have an outlook on the future of education, and we rather have to imagine the future of learning with sustainability as a polar star. Such was the spark that lit the debate for the LLLP webinar “Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Societies”, that took place on May 27th.