• CEDEFOP: The European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training

    The European Union's reference centre for vocational education and training and lifelong learning, The mission of Cedefop (Centre europeen pour le developpement de la formation professionelle), is to provide expertise on vocational training, skills, qualifications and lifelong learning in order to support policy-making in the field. Cedefop collects and analyses information about lifelong learning, vocational education and training, and related labour market issues in the European Union. Its aim is to support policy-making in the field. Cedefop's governing board includes representatives of the Member States, employers associations and trade unions from across Europe.

  • EAEA European Association for the Education of Adults

    The EAEA is a European NGO with 121 member organisations from 43 countries working in the field of adult learning and representing more than 60 million women and men learners Europe-wide. The main roles of EAEA are: 1) Policy advocacy for lifelong learning at a European level 2) Provision of information and services for members 3) Development of practice through projects, publications and training 4) International co-operation with other stakeholders in the field

  • EURAG European Federation of Older People

    EURAG is a non-profit and non- religious European organisation independent of any political parties. Its purpose is to promote the quality of life of elderly people in society, at all social and political levels, advocating in particular: 1) the maintenance of an independent life 2) Strengthening participation in decision-making and care support 3) The full development of their potential 4) The promotion of self-help activities 5) Improving elderly people’s situation and integration in society 6) The safeguarding of financial security 7) The representation of their interests in society 8) The prevention of any kind of discrimination on grounds of age.

  • European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations 2012

    The official website of the European Year . It has main sections relating to Initiatives, Partners, Press and Media and one describing the concept of the Year, its aims and aspirations

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