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Migrants who decide - whether voluntarily or involuntarily – to leave their home-country are confronted with a change of their frame of reference that helps oneself in a social system to reduce the world to a calculable section in which one can find its own way and in which one can interact. This blog by Barbara Kuss and Mats Mikiver was written on the occasion of the EPALE Austria conference, which was held on 13 June 2019 in Vienna.

In line with Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU), the promotion of European values is one of the primary aims of the EU Erasmus+ programme. This blog by Tino Boubaris was written on the occasion of the EPALE Austria conference, which was held on 13 June 2019 in Vienna.

18 June 2019
by EPALE Österreich
(de)
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Social entrepreneurship is a recent trend in the alternative economy which can also provide the long-term unemployed with interesting perspectives. But how you can ensure that people have the “right stuff” to be an entrepreneur? The CHEER competence assessment model is one option.

17 June 2019
by Ann-Kristin Iwersen
(de)

When working with adults, a lot of expertise usually emerges in the group and a skilful trainer can use this expertise to support learning in the group. The most optimal environment for this to succeed is a group with a trusting atmosphere and a good team spirit.