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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

European policies projects and funding

Experimentation of Personalized  Learning  Workshops:Enseignement de promotion Sociale of the Féderation Wallonie Bruxelles (EPS) and  The Centres publics d’action sociale  (CPAS) 

Valérie FONTAINE  and Françoise MASSART present the initiative of The government of the Brussels Capital Region, which has implemented a plan called « Brussels 2025 »:

Policymakers in ETF partner country Bosnia and Herzegovina are looking at ways to improve employability, skills anticipation and matching, and the transition to work.

 

A small group representing employment agencies and labour market and statistic institutions took part in a recent learning programme at the ETF, with a particular focus on the important role of public employment services in skills needs identification.

 

The overall objective of this 24-month project called "Development of Qualification Framework for lifelong learning", which started on 7th March 2016 is contribution to strengthening quality and efficiency of the education system including provision of adult learning and contribution to the comparability of education systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina with education systems in the EU based on EU strategy 2020 and EQF.

Organized by UNICEF and the Ministry of Civil Affairs of BiH, a conference "The right to inclusive education" dedicated to providing information about General Comment Article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on inclusive education, was held in Sarajevo.

The RURAL PARLIAMENT 2017 will be held for the first time at the national level in Finland on the 1st - 3rd September in Leppävirta, North Savo.
The event will serve as a meeting place for anyone interested in rural development in Finland, from residents to decision-makers, enterprises to associations, researchers to developers, project co-ordinators to financiers, from villages to cities. The weekend event will be attended by over one
thousand participants from all over the country and the main theme of the event is ”Making the Impossible Possible”.