Tag Archives: Active citizenship

On intelligent decision support systems, numbers, and narratives

Expectations regarding (big) data and the opportunities it offers are growing thanks to increased data-processing capacities and the proliferation of digital information. However, questions of where the data stems from,…

EduMAP recommends to pay attention to vulnerable young learners’ needs and to set explicit goals (Policy Brief)

The findings indicate that current adult education policies are more often focused on country specific agendas than on vulnerable learners’ interests and needs.

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki – a keynote presentation by George K. Zarifis

Learning active participatory citizenship in Thessaloniki: implications and impact of mainstream and support educational activities for socially vulnerable young adults, Dr. George K. Zarifis’ keynote presentation from the Learning Cities Conference,…

Live Stream from ECER2018 session “Adult Education and Inclusion”, Thursday 6 September 17:15-18:45 (CEST)

We will be streaming our ECER2018 session “Adult Education and Inclusion” live through our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EduMAPHorizon2020/

Adult Education as a Means to Active Participatory Citizenship: A Concept Note

The purpose of this paper is to develop a conceptual understanding of the notion of active citizenship (AC), specifically for the use of this concept in the H2020 project Adult…

EPALE Blog: Becoming active citizens: How can we make our adult education models more inclusive?

“Prof Pirkko Pitkänen and Dr Amalia Sabiescu share their thoughts on the EduMAP project and how adult education can help integrate vulnerable adults.” Originally published on EPALE 11.5.2017. Read the…

Edumap policy-informing workshop at UCL Institute of Education

The Edumap policy-informing workshop took place on 7 December 2016 at UCL Institute of Education. The workshop was organised and disseminated through the UCL Centre for Post-14 Education and Work…