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Date du début: 1 janv. 2016, Date de fin: 31 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

EAEA’s longer-term objectives are increasing participation in adult education, esp. by raising awareness for the wider benefits of learning; Promoting excellence and effectiveness in policy making and policy implementation through civil society proposals; New methods for engaging new learners and innovation through co-operations, new methodologies and international work.The following activities are planned: 1: Collection of good practice, transfer of innovation, Grundtvig award – Refugees and migrants2: Policy debate: Adult education and refugees3: Development workshop: European adult education perspectives on SDGs4: Adult education and employment: contributing to the skills agenda - Policy paper 5: Workshop: Adult education and employment 6: Country reports7: Lobbying campaign: European Year8: Exploitation of project results 9: Information & communication10: Membership strategy11: Networking with other partners and stakeholder 12: Policy advocacy for LLL 13: Interest group at EPThe activities all contribute to the general objectives of the call and correspond to the following specific objectives: “Promote excellence and innovation”: all activities“Tackling the low-skills trap”: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10, 11, 12“Supporting a new generation of educators” through a project and a training financed by other sources“Recognising & valuing competences”: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13“Inclusive education and civic competences”: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13We expect impacts on recognition of the benefits of AE, on low-skilled adults & more investment for outreach, on validation systems including non-formal adult education, improved AE policies and their implementation on all levels, new cooperations with new stakeholders and stronger cooperations between sectors to ensure learners' progress. EAEA will target the EU, national & regional policy levels and the AE grassroots level.Members are regularly asked to contact their national, regional or local government to advocate for various AE topics. Members are pro-active and many good results allow EAEA to increase its impact on all levels, as MEPs listen to their national level. EAEA distributes “member’s news” to the network twice a month and “general news” to interested stakeholders 6 times per year. Members are informed and consulted on important issues and contribute to the preparation and execution of activities. The annual membership survey provides the necessary feedback to develop the next work plan. The country reports have proven to feed additional topics and members' contributions.EAEA’s management system reflects our democratic structure. The Executive Board prepares the main strategies and the direction of the association. At the General Assembly, members discuss these strategies and adopt them. The Secretary General is responsible for the management and implementation of the work plan and for all operational tasks within the strategies set by the Board and is supported by staff in two offices, Brussels & Helsinki. EAEA will use an integral multimedia approach in promoting its activities & distributing its results: electronic newsletters, briefings, online questionnaires, press releases, policy papers, statements, social media activities and website info. The EAEA website, as well as EAEA´s Facebook & Twitter are well-known in the AE sector for providing regular and on time information about European & other developments of relevance to AE.