E4All: More attractive and inclusive education for all generations

Erasmus+ Exchange of Good Practices in Adult Education

Project Number 2020-1-PL01-KA204-082020

Partners:

  1. Foundation of Alternative Educational Initiatives, FAIE, (PL) www.fundacjaaie.eu – coordinator
  2. Escuela Oficial de Idiomas Madrid-Villaverde (ES), www.eoivillaverde.com 
  3. Challedu (GR), http://www.challedu.com/
  4. ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE EDUVITA E.T.S., www.eduvita.it: 
  5. Europäische Bildungsinitiative/ European Initiative for Education (EBI) ww.advancedtraining.net 
  6. Ecological Future Education, www.efe.lv 

Goal

The general aim of the project is to support the adult educators at designing, delivering and promoting more attractive and inclusive education for all generations of adult learners.

Target group

The direct target group of the project includes the members, workers, co-workers, educators and volunteers of the Third Sector adult education organisations (i.e. Civil Society Organisations, including informal groups, Non-governmental organisations and other non-profit organisations).

The indirect target group includes wide range of education – related organisations, institutions and decision makers.

Activities

The design of the work programme is chronological. All project activities are divided into 3 phases and 13 Work Packages (WP), including transversal activities of management, evaluation and dissemination. There are 6 Transnational Project Meetings (TPM) planned: 1 kick-off meeting, one summary meeting and 4 working meetings aiming at exchange of experiences and good practices. The work flow during the 4 working meetings gives each Partner a space to share its expertise in the field of intergenerational learning.

There are also two international short-term joint staff training events planned. The work programme also includes one start-up package (WP01) and a concluding package (WP10) finalized in delivering final recommendations and the Exit Strategy.

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