Every six years, the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP) conducts a feasibility study on National Lifelong Learning Platforms to understand the needs of civil society and explore potential cooperation. This year, the primary goal of the study is to gather insights from regional and national stakeholders’ networks or organisations representing a spectrum of education stakeholders – including formal, non-formal, and informal education providers, learners, and civil society members. The focus is on collecting perceptions on lifelong learning and cross-sector cooperation in five countries: Hungary, Finland, Slovenia, Poland, and Spain, as well as assess knowledge about EU education policies.
Also, the study aims to identify if there is potential for creating national lifelong learning platforms and interest for formalising such cooperation. The study will look into existing related initiatives and structures at national level, while also pinpointing the barriers and enablers to developing such platforms.