On 7 May, EUCIS-LLL co-organised a policy debate with the European Youth Forum, the S&D Group hosted by MEP Katarina NEVEDALOVA, aimed at sharing ideas and experiences on how the partnership evoked in Rethinking Education and Staff Working Document (SWD) on “Partnership and flexible pathways for lifelong skills development” could be implemented. Civil society representatives presented three good practices that could inspire policy makers. Representative from the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council, the European Commission, the EESC and BusinessEurope then provided some policy feedback. Read more. Our next debate will take place on 18 June around the theme of “Entrepreneurship skills: A common understanding across education & training sectors?”. More information soon on our website.
Policy debate: “partnerships for Lifelong Learning, a new idea?”, 7 May, European Parliament
News - 22nd May 2013