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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe


Social inclusion

Cambridge University Students’ Union Shadowing Scheme, aimed at Mature Students 21 and older, is an opportunity for those unsure about university to try it out before applying. If you’re on an Access to HE course or studying A-Levels later on in life, the Shadowing Scheme is perfect for you! Meals and accommodation are covered by Cambridge and travel can be reimbursed on a needs basis. Applications are open from 24th August until 15th October 2017.

The Advenus project aims to improve and extend the offer of high quality, culturally sensitive open access e-learning resources to adult refugees, and their trainers and teachers in EU countries.

We are able offer five open access courses, translated into five different languages. This is the result of an international research collaboration between INN University of Applied Sciences in Norway (coordinator), LUMSA University in Italy, University of PORTO in Portugal, and Community Development Institute in Macedonia.  Advenus is funded by the EU and Erasmus+.

How exploring Arts can be not just a learning opportuninty but also a vehicle of inclusion? With the first months of local activities foreseen by our strategic partnership “Art of Inclusion”, funded by the European Programme Erasmus+, all the four partners of the project gave their practical answer to this question. Associazione Uniamoci Onlus- coordinator (Italy), Diakonisches Werk Bremen e.V.


Café Lingua is a platform for those who want to enhance their language skills, Icelandic or other languages, a place to communicate in and about various languages as well as a gateway into different cultures. The goal is to “unveil” the linguistic treasures that have found their way to Iceland, enriching life and culture, as well as giving world citizens the option to express themselves in Icelandic and to introduce their mother tongues to others.

The second Erasmus+ Silver Learners project meeting was hosted by the RBS-Center fir Altersfroen from June 28th- 30th in Luxembourg. In total 25 project representatives from all six partner countries met at the Coque Conference Center in Luxembourg/Kirchberg to exchange about best-practice examples and discuss future challenges regarding “Communication in the context of ageing: How to reach and teach the elderly?”

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 »: