Riga Conclusions (2015) on a new set of medium-term deliverables in the field of VET for the period 2015-2020, as a result of the review of short-term deliverables defined in the 2020 Bruges Communiqué.
Communiqué of the European Ministers for Vocational Education and Training, the European Social Partners and the European Commission, meeting in Bruges on 7 December 2010 to review the strategic approach and priorities of the Copenhagen process for 2011-2020.
This report provides a brief summary of the inspirational speeches and lively debates that took place at the Third European Education Summit, which took place on 10 December 2020.
EUNICE is a new, creative European University that aims to bring about a paradigm shift from traditional to customised education through inter-university “blended” mobility.
The core mission of the European University for Well-Being – EUniWell – is to understand, improve, measure and rebalance the well-being of individuals, our
own community, our environment and society as a whole on a regional, European and global level. Based on our joint values: we are democratic, inclusive, diverse,
research and challenge-based, inter- and transdisciplinary, entrepreneurial and co-creational.
Through its novel approach, the EURECA-PRO European Universities alliance holistically contributes to the highly topical issues of Sustainable Consumption and Production and on the other hand, it effectively contributes to the transformation of the European Higher Education Area, linked to Sustainable Development Goal 12 (responsible consumption and production) and 4 (quality education).