EPALE is a multilingual open membership community for teachers, trainers, researchers, academics, policy makers and anyone else with a professional role in adult learning across Europe.
EPALE is an initiative of the Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture of the European Commission. It is set up around the sharing of content related to adult learning, including news, blog posts, resources, and events.
Community is at the heart of EPALE. Members of the community can engage with adult learning colleagues across Europe through the site’s features, including the forums, the communities of practice and the comments sections. You can find articles and resources around specific topics through the thematic areas. You can also look for projects and make professional connections using the Partner Search tool. Learn more about how to engage with the EPALE community.
Members of the community can engage with adult learning colleagues across Europe through the site’s features, including the forums and by commenting under blogs. You can also interact with your peers across Europe through the thematic areas which provide structured content according to topic. You can find projects and make professional connections using the partner search repository.
EPALE has a strong editorial policy that also centres on the adult learning community. We want all of our users to feel welcome on the site, and to trust the information that is presented on this platform. You can read our full editorial policy statement here (PDF, 305 KB).
On a day-to-day basis EPALE is managed by a Central Support Team with the help of 36 National Support Teams across Europe. We are committed to involving you throughout the development of EPALE, so that it meets your expectations and gives you what you need to stay up-to-date with developments in adult learning across Europe.
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EPALE is funded under the Erasmus+ programme via the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. You can contact DG EAC at email@example.com or via post:
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Please note: The news, views and resources published on the EPALE site are not endorsed by the European Commission.