EduMAP Policy Brief updates published

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GOOD PRACTICES OF ADULT EDUCATION FOR YOUNG ADULTS AT RISK OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION: TOWARDS ACTIVE PARTICIPATORY CITIZENSHIP

EduMAP research findings show that young adults in vulnerable situations generally have positive experiences of participating in AE, related to developing and pursuing motivations, goals and aspirations and actively engaging in society. AE initiatives can lead to experiences that build competences, which, in turn promote young adults’ active participatory citizenship

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BROAD RESEARCH OF EUROPEAN ADULT EDUCATION FOR YOUNG ADULTS AT RISK OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION: PERSPECTIVE OF ACTIVE PARTICIPATORY CITIZENSHIP

This is a summary of the EduMAP state-of-the-art report “Broad Research on Adult Education in the EU” (2017) in the EU28 and Turkey. The review mapped the impact of adult education on young adults’ (aged 16–30 years) engagement in active participation in society. The country-specific findings provide both examples of good practice and the shortcomings concerning how well the current adult education system prevents social exclusion of young adults.