The conference, organised by NIACE (UK National Institute of Adult Continuing Education) and EAEA (European Association for the Education of Adults), explores the wider role of learning for active citizenship across society and European countries through inputs from across the membership of the EAEA. There will be keynote speeches setting the context from academics, policy makers and civil society leaders, alongside practitioner-led workshops. Detailed programme and details on registration can be found on EAEA website. EAEA is also launching a call for projects on intergenerational learning in the framework of the GO-ACT project to collect best practices.
EAEA Conference: “The European Year of Citizens 2013 – The challenges and opportunities for adult learning”
From the network - 22nd April 2013