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12 February 2016

Kick-off Meeting in Hannover

On February 11th and 12th, 2016, the project partners met in Hannover, Germany to start the…
07 September 2016

Conference in Switzerland

Adult Learning Conference in Switzerland: September 2016
29 September 2016

Partner Meeting in Copenhagen

29-30 September 2016: Second partner meeting in Copenhagen to discuss the (almost) finalised…
04 April 2017

Partner Meeting in Porto

The first multiplier event of the Finale projectc was held in Porto, Portugal, on 5 April 2017. It…
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06 December 2017

Meeting and Multiplier Event in Brussels

6 December 2017: Final event and multiplier event in Brussels, Belgium


Financing of Inclusive Education - Mapping Country Systems

The activities in the project Financing of Inclusive Education - Mapping Country Systems for Inclusive Education have focused on information collection via desk research and country data gathering in order to provide an update on the previous Agency financing study from 1999 (of the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education) as well as build on the findings of other Agency and international work. 

The key question for the project was: what are the critical factors within financing that support learners’ rights to inclusive education.

The final project report presenting a synthesis for the main project findings is now available.

The findings of the Financing project provide the basis for the analytical work on financing models in countries within the Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems (FPIES) project. Visit the FPIES project web area for more information on this project.

Read more about the project here.

New Cedefop Study on Low-skilled Adults in the EU

The new Cedefop study, entitled "Investing in skills pays off", seeks to provide a comprehensive and robust evidence base in relation to low-skilled adults in the European Union. It analyses trends in low skills among adults as well as characteristics, determinants and risks of being low skilled.

Alan Tuckett: Why There is so Little Political Commitment to Adult Education

In an article for the World Economic Forum, adult education expert Alan Tuckett explores the question of why there is not more financial and political commitment to adult education, even though there is ample evidence of its benefits to the individual, the economy and society.

Money matters: learning from Museum education

NEMO, the The Network of European Museum Organisations, happy to share Money Matters: The Economic Value of Museums with you.

In the introduction, NEMO's chair David Vuillaume writes that museums are integrated into the economic world, but come with certain and unique specifics and layers. "They are a part of the leisure society, but cannot be compared to theme parks. They have an impact on tourism, but are not simply marketing instruments for a region or a city. They create work and wealth, but not in the same way as private companies."

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