Malta: Best practices in social inclusion
06/01/2013 - Malta - English
Posted by : Country Coordinator Malta
Representatives of the Malta Unesco Youth Association (MUYA), Birgit Oidram and Thelma Bonello, recently visited Logroño, Spain, to take part in the first meeting of the European Partnership on Adult Education and Mobility for Social Inclusion (EPAEMSI) project.
The project is co-funded by the European Commission through the Lifelong Learning Programme.
It aims to use the partner organisations’ experience of social inclusion and the active participation of adult learners from disadvantaged social groups to pro-mote and improve social inclusion through education, in particular non-formal and informal learning methods. The partner organisations are from Malta, Spain, Romania, Poland, Slovenia, Italy and UK.
Source : www.timesofmalta.com