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LLLAwards 2019 – Announcement of the winners!

With the Lifelong Learning Awards LLLP takes a stand to celebrate creative and inclusive practices. 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 of the tools that we use to mainstream our actions.

This year’s edition will focus on LLLPlatform’s theme of the year, “Learning Democracy, Values and Participation”. Because of the large topic, categories and applications were very broad and encompassed lots of cross-sectoral issues.

For such an exceptional topic, we are glad to announce an outstanding Jury! Meet the members of the Jury and participate in the LLLAwards Ceremony on December 2nd!

We received over 60 applications, globally representing 27 countries, but we could only select 3 winners, for the 3 categories.

And the winners are…

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Best practice in ‘Promoting Values’:
Digital Welcome

The aim of the project “DIGITAL WELCOME” is to exchange best practices between organisations specialised in digital inclusion of disadvantaged groups and, based on this exchange, to develop and pilot an innovative methodology for social inclusion of third country nationals in educational and social activities, cultural life, volunteering and digital creation activities.

Best practice in ‘Global Citizenship Education’:
Labyrinth of senses

The project “Labyrinth of Senses” aims to tackle the lack of education and information around disabilities and at the same time helps people with and without disabilities interact with each other. The team of Labyrinth of Senses started creating Tailor Made disability awareness programs with the goal to overcome the prejudice and misinformation that surrounds people with disabilities. Read more here.

Best practice in ‘Learning Democracy’:
European network of Regional and Local Youth Platforms
by Umbria Youth Forum

The ENRYP project aims to create a space where young people operating in local youth platforms in various EU countries are able to share and exchange good practices on common topics of interest such as youth participation, active citizenship, EU awareness and social inclusion without other intermediary youth structures.

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