How to rethink educational activities when the sector has experienced such abrupt changes and disruption? What have we learnt from this emergency situation, both in terms of challenges and opportunities?
This Resource Kit seeks to contribute to this ongoing discussion, providing some hints and food for thought on this matter.
Olivia Gregoire becomes Secretary of State for SSE. We hope that this is a favourable context in which we can take greater account of our economic and citizen initiatives,social and solidarity enterprises and organizations.
The relationship established between local authorities and the third sector is an alternative to the one ruled by profit and market”. With these words, Italian Constitutional Court has confirmed that co-programming, co-planning and partnership are crucial stages for the convergence of objectives between public administrations and Third Sector bodies. An open webinar organised by ENAIP Veneto discuss this space cooperation, its implications and the potential it offers to public administrations in the construction of welfare services.
Terminology of European education and training policy
What is the difference between skill gap, skill needs or skill shortage? Is underqualification a synonym for undereducation or underskilling? What is the meaning of green skills? This multilingual glossary defines 130 key terms used in European education and training policy. An extended and updated version of Terminology of European education and training policy (2008) and Terminology of vocational training policy (2004), it also takes into account new priorities of European Union policy, mainly in skills and competence needs analysis. New definitions have been developed with the cooperation of experts from Cedefop’s research and policy analysis team.
Eea: the European Union must be ready to face the megatrends of the future
Here is a deepening of which EU policies will be needed to deal with new global challenges: population ageing, technological development and financial choices will significantly have an impact on the role of the green economy in sustainable transition.
Public consultation on Learning from the COVID-19 crisis: teaching, learning and technology in a changing world
The European Commission is launching a public consultation to gather the views of citizens and stakeholders on the future of digital education during the COVID-19 recovery period and beyond.
All interested citizens (adults aged 18 years or older) and organisations are welcome to participate in this consultation. In particular, the consultation seeks the views of learners, educators, education staff, parents/carers/family members of learners, as well as representatives of education and training institutions. Governmental and non-governmental organisations (international, European, national, regional and local) as well as representatives from the public sector and industry are also encouraged to respond.
Despite the cancellation of the WSFTE 2020 event in Barcelona (25-28 June) due to the Coronavirus pandemic crisis, the Forum process continues but has to change form and format. Let’s imagine it and build it together.
Save the date!
From June 25 to July 1, we will host the first virtual World Social Forum of Transformative Economies.
To participate, propose activities, workshops, discussions, or panels with your organization and to get involved in the WSFTE process, all you have to do is to register through our online registration form.