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The Importance of Retrospective in Policy Analysis: Revisiting the European Grundtvig Programme to discover its Roles and Impacts on Adult Learning and Education (2000-2013)

Datum: 13.10.2021, 09:30 - 15:30 Uhr
Kategorie: B, C, Vorträge/Workshops
Ort: Hybrid mode (Online via Zoom or on-campus)
Veranstalter: Professur für Erwachsenenbildung/Weiterbildung // Fachbereich: Pädagogik
Vortragende*r: Prof. Dr. Balázs Némeths

This workshop will explore the roles and impacts of the European Grundtvig Programme in the aspect of the quality development of adult learning and education across Europe. The programme became a flagship initiative to address the educational challenge of an ageing population and to provide adults with alternative pathways to update their skills and competences based on partnership-based actions amongst adult learners, teachers and trainers from a variety of organisations including local authorities, non-governmental organisations, charities, universities, community groups, etc.

 

Numerous experts from the field of adult and continuing education were won over for the workshop:

  • Opening Remarks
    Regina Egetenmeyer, Professor of Adult & Continuing Education, University of Würzburg / Member of the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame
  • The Grundtvig Programme from Italian Perspective Paolo Federighi
    Professor of Adult Education, University of Florence / Former President of EAEA / Member of the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame
  • In between Aspirations and Realities. The Danish Focus on the Grundtvig Programme
    Arne Carlsen, Professor (Hon) in Adult Education, Dr.h.c.mult. / Former Director of UNESCO UIL / Member of the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame
  • The Mark of the Grundtvig Programme on German Adult Education
    Ekkehard Nuissl, former Professor of Adult Education / former director of the German Institute for Adult Education / Member of the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame
  • Dutch Adult Learning Influenced by the Grundtvig Programme – Trends and Issue
    Jumbo Klercq, Senior Expert of Adult Learning and Education, Learn for Life (The Netherlands)
  • The story of growth - Grundtvig Programme in Estonia
    Tiina Jääger, International Relations Coordinator, Eesti Rahvaülikoolide Liit / Estonian Association for Folk High Schools / former secretary general of the Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association

 

To register, interested parties are asked to send an email to lifelong.education@uni-wuerzburg.de. 
Registration closes on October 1, 2021.

The workshop is taking place in a hybrid mode. Participants will be able to take part both face-to-face and digitally. Interested parties are asked to indicate their form of participation in their registration email.

 For more information please see the poster or visit the website of the professorship

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