martes, 15 de noviembre de 2016

Manifiesto para la educación de adultos en el siglo XXI. @EAEA2020 Manifesto for Adult Learning in the 21st Century

Hoy traemos a este espacio este texto titulado "Manifiesto para la educación de adultos en el siglo XXI." Publicado por : la Asociación Europea para la Educación de Adultos – EAEA. 
Texto de : Gina Ebner (EAEA), con el apoyo de los miembros de EAEA, el Consejo Ejecutivo y el Secretariado . Traducido por : José Lara . Revisado por : Cristina Fernández y Caterina Casanovas – ACEFIR . Formato : Aura Vuorenrinne – EAEA
Esta publicación esta producida con el respaldo financiero del Ministerio de Educación y Cultura Finlandés. El respaldo de la Comisión Europea para la producción de esta publicación no constituye ningún endorso del contenido que refleja los puntos de vista sólo de los autores, i no se puede responsabilizar la Comisión de cualquier uso que se pueda hacer de la información incluida allí dentro.
En la web de la Asociación nos lo presentan así:

As a tool for change, EAEA has published 'Manifesto for Adult Learning in the 21st Century'. It sets objectives for creating a Learning Europe: a Europe that is able to tackle the future positively and with all necessary skills, knowledge and competences.
The Manifesto is targeted at European, national and regional policy makers to learn about the benefits of adult learning. It can also be useful for European education providers in advocacy work.
Download the PDF version of the publication in
Download a one-pager in
The manifesto presents seven contemporary European challenges in which adult learning can answer:
Active citizenship, democracy and participation. People who participate in adult education have more trust in the political system, participate more in society, by voting, by volunteering or taking active roles in communities.
Life skills for individuals. Adult learners feel healthier, lead healthier lifestyles, build new social networks and experience improved well-being.
Social cohesion, equity and equality. Adult education provides many opportunities to equalise societies on a larger scale and to create fairer societies as well as more economic growth.
Employment and digitalization. Workplace learning is one of the key drivers for adults’ participation in lifelong learning. At the cusp of enormous digital changes, adult education can help in closing the digital gap.
Migration and demographic change. Civic education and intercultural learning can create integration-friendly cultures. Language and basic skills training will enable migrants to become active citizens in their new home countries. Learning seniors are more active, volunteer more, work longer and are healthier.
Sustainability. From environmentally friendly consumption and transport to energy efficiency, European citizens need a lot of information and innovative spaces to develop new lifestyles, new projects, new approaches. Adult education can help provide the information, the debate spaces and the creativity.
European policies. Adult education contributes to main European strategies in the field of growth, employment, innovation, equity, social cohesion, active citizenship, poverty reduction, climate change, internal market, migration, peace and more.
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