Regional Adult Learning Multipliers and the Europe 2020 Flagship Initiatives
Every region is responsible for rolling out the Europe2020 strategy. This project will therefore focus on one sector, adult learning, and address the relevance of each of the seven designated Flagship Initiatives to this target group through special workshops and further best practice exchange initiatives.
The REALM project idea was born out of a recognised need to better connect adult learning in the regions of the European Union with EU policy development. This will both enhance the adult learning agenda, where EU policies are often unintentionally excluded, and support a better formulation and delivery of EU policies to this target group.
The project will seek to make this connection through the delivery of four seminars over 12 months focusing on:
- European Platform against poverty and the European Year 2012 of Active Ageing
- Youth on the Move and New Skills and Jobs
- Innovation Union and Digital Agenda for Europe
- Resource Efficient Europe & an Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era
This project funded under the EU Lifelong Learning Programme, Grundtvig – Accompanying Measures
November 2011 – October 2012
The project was funded by the LifeLong Learning Programme