Migration is and remains a major topic for the European Union. Despite the so-called “refugee crisis” in 2015 appearing as initially overcome and the fact that the presence of migration in the media has significantly reduced, the topic remains more relevant than ever. It presents the entire European Union with the challenge of long-term and successful integration. Continue reading to find out more!
If you consider the origins of Europe, it becomes apparent just how unique and daunting the European project truly is: former enemies create a community that is in charge of peace and cooperation and to which they should yield. Today, in light of all of the challenges, not much of this sentiment remains—or does it?
This chapter aims at identifying some trends in the practice of mobile learning in adult education and at providing some recommendations for policy, practice and research. It is based on the work presented in the previous chapters, on discussions in team meetings and on experience gathered by partners.
Europe is going through turbulent times. And although many continue to believe in Europe, cohesion and cooperation are needed to steer the project back into calmer waters. In the forthcoming European Parliament elections, the active participation of European citizens is more important than ever. EPALE Germany, EPALE Austria, EPALE East Belgium and EPALE Luxembourg have compiled content on the subject of promoting active citizenship and participation in the context of the European Elections. Join in and discuss with us: What should our Europe of tomorrow look like?
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