An open Dynamic Toolkit for innovative teaching and training activities and methods is now available on the website of the project “Elene4Life”. The toolkit can be used as a resource by teachers, experts and Professionals in Higher Education to approach and foster Global Citizenship through Active Learning. It refers to a broad range of teaching strategies which engage students or trainees as active participants in their learning and is complemented by a support of digital resources.
Can Soft Skills transform our world? The answer is yes the improvement in soft skills as social skills and emotional intelligence can empower and enable people to better adapt to their environments and to work well with others. With the project Be The Change EucA and partners in 4 European countries will strengthen new initiatives of environmental and social impact designed and led by young people to enhance the exchange and implement innovative practices for Soft Skills development in the […]
After debates across Europe, countless civic initiatives to collect input from fellow citizens, hours and hours of debating and seeking to compromise on the draft resolutions more than 70 students from 14 European Countries presented a final resolution for a new narrative of the EU by to the policy makers in a final big event in Brussels (Watch the Video)
Follow Message to Europeans 3.0 on Social Media to learn more about the final resolution and the initiatives organised by […]
A qualitative research analysed existing educational policies with the purpose of ascertaining whether, to what extent, and how GCE is integrated into formal primary education in 10 selected EU countries.
The International Cooperation Centre completed the translation of the document that defines the Italian multi-stakeholder and multi-level strategy on GCE. The translation – realised thanks to the financial contribution of AICS, within the project Nuove narrazioni per la cooperazione (New Narratives for International Cooperation) – is still unofficial, as it waits for the formal approval by the numerous subjects involved in the drafting of the original document in Italian.
Thanks to the English version, however, the Italian reflection, practices, and debate scale up: we bring them to the international level, and the Italian case becomes part of the discussion on quality education, civic […]
SOLIDAR Foundation is launching the new cycle of members contributions for the next edition of the CItizenship and Lifelong learning Monitor!
SOLIDAR Foundation flagship publication is a comprative report directly derived from the landmark 2015 Paris Declaration, which had EU education ministers pledging to promote citizenship. This shall again serve as the report’s backbone, which will be structured on three thematic areas representing objectives mentioned within the Declaration and providing with further evidence-based policy recommendations to feed in the debate at […]
45 years of OBESSU, 45 years defending school students’ rights tirelessly. Our anniversary is much more than a number on the paper or a registration certificate, it means that school student unionism stands strong and tall in front of all challenges and rises above all the political, economic or geographic attempts to stop our work to fight for student-centred, quality and inclusive education all over Europe and the world. Now, more than ever, this is a key message to convey: school students […]
This year’s Erasmus+ Project Development Workshop (PDW) will be dedicated to global competences, based on four subthemes: skills for the Green Deal, digital skills, intercultural skills, and lifelong learning skills.
To be eligible for EU funding from the Erasmus+ programme, you must work together with European partners. These partners are not always easy to find, which is why we organise this project development workshop where you will develop a project proposal with international partners. We will also provide our participants with insights, tips […]
Every year, EAEA looks to adult education projects from Europe and further for their demonstrations of innovation and excellence. The EAEA Grundtvig Award highlights project results that produce new ideas, new partnerships, new methodologies and a new understanding of how we can work in adult education. This year’s theme is access and outreach.
Theme: Outreach and access
Improving wellbeing, wages, self-confidence and social inclusion, adult education can help to promote equality in European society.However, those least likely to access adult education are […]
As a growing number of countries are considering easing restrictions and gradually resuming onsite education, Education International stresses a set of five dimensions that should be considered by governments, in dialogue with educators and their unions, when planning this next phase of the response to the COVID-19 crisis in education.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has highlighted six conditions that should be met before governments start to lift current restrictions on social and physical movement related to the spread of COVID-19: