Gathering more than 250 national experts and showcasing dozens of case studies
from all over Europe, the LLL-AGORA
is a major moment for you to discover what is going on at regional level, what are the main challenges ahead and solutions to address pressing challenges such as unemployment, early school leaving, and adult education.
The Conference aims to share with you the results of the LLL–HUB project that brought together educational institutions, Ministries of Education, Chambers of Commerce and many more actors that implemented a very innovative and participative methodology to assess the implementation of lifelong learning policies in 7 pilot countries.
ALDA in cooperation with Civil Society Europe is pleased to announce the International seminar on “The socio-economic crisis and its impact on European societies and identities: how to shape social policies in today’s Europe?”.
The activity will be held in the premises of the Committee of the Regions on 24 February 2016 as a public event in the framework of the Horizon 2020 funded project RE.CRI.RE – Between the Representation of the Crisis and the Crisis of Representation.
Sixteen Universities and Research Centres, covering 13 European countries, are working together to investigate what kind of social identity change is occurring in Europe in time of crisis.
The three-year project, funded under the call Europe in a changing world – Inclusive, innovative and reflective societies, started in May 2015. It aims at analysing the symbolic background of European societies and the impacts of the socio-economic crisis on them, in order to frame better policies at local, national and European level. The event will therefore be an occasion to share the first outcomes of the project and discuss them with representatives of civil society, policy-makers and experts of social sciences.
To make sure you can access the Committee of the Regions, please register by 20 February at the latest.
We are looking forward to meeting you and also kindly require to disseminate this opportunity among your contacts.