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Against the backdrop of terrorist attacks and right-wing extremist violence, Education Secretaries of EU-member states passed a “Declaration for promoting citizenship and the common values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education” in March 2015. The declaration calls for common efforts to fight against marginalisation, intolerance, racism and radicalisation. A broad democratic awareness of citizens is named as a central condition in the declaration in order to be able to protect the pluralism of European societies on a long-term basis. The Paris Declaration therefore subsumes the strengthening of civic competency as the most important goal of education.
27 April 2017
by Barbara HILLER

The learner voice sits firmly at the heart of AONTAS’ work. As the National Adult Learning Organisation in Ireland, we believe that in order to widen participation in lifelong learning, we must listen to the voices and experiences of learners. AONTAS spoke to adult learner advocate Una Buckley about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Una details her personal experience of RPL and gives some suggestions on how to make the process more accessible for learners.

RPL in Ireland

27 April 2017
by Karen Williams

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