The Synthesis Report on Inclusion in Adult Learning Organisations is now available!

With the aim of exploring the inclusion practices in France, Greece, Slovakia, Germany, Italy and Portugal, the CONSIDER partners looked for the current legislation and other strategic documents, and performed interviews to both managers and trainers of adult learning organisations at national level. Best practices in adult learning in France, Greece, Slovakia, Germany, Italy and Portugal were also explored and reported for the CONSIDER partnership.

This research resulted in 6 national reports, whose findings were summarized in the Synthesis Report on Inclusion in Adult Learning Organisations in order to produce a list of requirements and recommendations for developing social inclusion in an adult learning organisation at national and EU levels. IDEC coordinated the desk research taking place in France, Greece, Slovakia, Germany, Italy and Portugal and developed the Synthesis Report on Inclusion in Adult Learning Organisations, that is now available! This Synthesis report included the “Quality Framework for inclusion of adult learning organisations”, the first intellectual output of the CONSIDER project, that aims to provide a structured approach for ensuring social inclusion at multiple levels.

To learn more about the CONSIDER project or if you would like to know how to participate in the project activities or have access to the resources produced, you can do so by contacting Alexandros Koukovinis through the email alexandros.koukovinis@inova.business or Cláudia Dias through the email claudia.dias@inova.business

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