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Tools and tips for cooperation in lifelong guidance – Keep in pact closing event report

The final event of the Keep in Pact project took place on the 28th March 2022 afternoon. The conference was organised as a fully online session with stakeholders and partner organisations. The Keep in pact project lasted between September 2019 to March 2022. The project’s objective was to develop the competences of multi-stakeholder partnership managers working in lifelong career guidance services.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had an impact on the labour market, as a result people have lost […]

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New Study: Public investment on education and training in the EU: trends, challenges and future prospects

The Lifelong Learning Platform is proud to publish its study for the ongoing campaign on “Invest in ET”.
While the value of quality education and training is strongly acknowledged across EU Member States, it remains the case that public expenditure has failed to recover to pre-financial crisis levels at the EU level. This paper tracks the extent to which public expenditure on education and training has changed over time and puts forth the case for a marked increase in levels of public […]

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Register to the LLLAB 2022 – Lifelong learning entitlements for the future of Europe

For its 2022 edition, and under the patronage of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, LLLP will bring this laboratory to Nice, France where we will be discussing “Lifelong learning entitlements for the future of Europe”. Save the date for 30-31 May, where education stakeholders from European and French contexts will come together to stir the new generation of cooperation in education and training.

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How can we promote EU cooperation in education, training and lifelong learning in […]

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LLLPlatform announces its General Assembly 2022

This year’s General Assembly will take place on Friday 17 of June in Brussels (Mundo-Madou, Av. des Arts 7/8), Belgium. 
The annual General Assembly performs as one of the key moments in which members, the Secretariat and the Steering Committee can meet to collectively discuss the general direction and priorities of the organisation, as well as electing three new steering committee members. 
As outlined in our status and internal rules, the rotation system entails that three members of the Steering Committee […]

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LEAD! – PROJECT PILOTING PHASE

The project Specific Learning Disorder no more! (LEAD!) is well underway, ready to launch the pilot program. 
With training materials in English, Romanian and Italian, the pilot testing will take place in Italy and Romania. The process of reviewing educational resources will be conducted both internally and externally.
The internal pilot test leader, IC2 Policoro (“ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO2 “GIOVANNI PAOLO II“), will carry out, through March-April 2022, a pilot test within the consortium where at least 2 people from each project […]

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LLLAB 22 – Registrations open!

The registrations for the 2nd edition of the Lifelong Learning Lab are officially open!
Under the patronage of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, LLLP will bring this laboratory to Nice, France where we will be discussing “Lifelong learning entitlements for the future of Europe”. Save the date for 30-31 May, where education stakeholders from European and French contexts will come together to stir the new generation of cooperation in education and training.
Dive into this innovative laboratory, explore […]

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LLLP – Civil Society Days 22 Workshop – Joint Recommendations

Recommendations of Worksop 1: Upskilling Opportuntinites for All

The Civil Society Days 2022 brought together citizens, civil society organisations and European institutions to debate and address the challenge of ensuring shared prosperity.
LLLP, alongside FEANI and EVBB, put together a workshop titled ‘Upskilling opportunities for all‘ where we considered the idea of upskilling within the context of improving equity across the EU.
It was our task to tease apart how upskilling can correspond […]

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Project Inclusive Schools II: Advocating for inclusive education policies at all levels

LLLP is a partner in the two-year Erasmus+ KA3 Social Inclusion project “INSCOOL II”, which aims to significantly increase the knowledge and skills of school leaders, teachers and student teachers to work inclusively with the increasing range of diverse learners in their schools. The project will scale up the good practices established in the methodology of the Inclusive Schools I project.
The key objectives of the project include on the one hand the promotion of change in school culture: […]

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LLLP Reaction to Individual Learning Accounts and Microcredentials – A first step to learning entitlements?

The European Union has put forward some serious ambitions in the field of education and training, particularly with regard to upskilling and reskilling the European adult population for the Twin Transitions, aiming to achieve a target of 60% of adults in education or training by 2030 (European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan). Two major tools are being proposed to achieve this endeavour: individual learning accounts,  and micro-credentials. Following a two year process of consultations with experts, stakeholders and Member […]

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Lifelong Learning Platform calls for solidarity among the education community and peaceful resolution in the Russia-Ukraine conflict

The ensuing conflict and turmoil that has swept across the country over the past weeks has sent shockwaves across Europe, imposing a degree of fear, worry and uncertainty on the innocent citizens. 
From each corner of Europe, the voice of civil society organisations have been calling for peace, solidarity and a swift resolution that prioritizes civilian lives first. The Lifelong Learning Platform and its members fully unite with this effort, calling on the entirety of the education and training community to […]

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