From the 28th to the 30th June 2017 the 3rd Consortium Meeting of the H2020 European funded project YOUNG-ADULLLT took place in Granda. University of Granada, one of the YOUNG-ADULLLT partners, hosted the meeting. Researchers from all partners institutions attended the meeting to present and discuss the research updates. The meeting was developed as follows: The first day of the meeting was dedidcated to the management, research design and dissemination updates. Afterwards, the research outputs and contributions of the first finalised Working Package on Policy Mapping, Review and Analysis (WP3) were presented. In the afternoon
The Young-Adulllt project participated at the 3rd ESREA Conference “Equity, Social Justice and Adult Education and Learning Policy” 8-10 June 2017 at the University of Verona. Some of the early career researchers from University of Münster, University of Vienna, University of Genoa and University of Glasgow presented research papers from the YA project at the Symposium “Constructing Young Adults as Target Groups through Lifelong Learning Policy: Enhancing inclusion and equity through (new) normalities and demands? “. Researchers from the University of Lisbon also participated at the conference. Members of the projects EDUMAP and
We are happy to anounce that the Leaflet of the Young-Adulllt-Scotland project is now available online. The leaflet provides an overview of the objectives, beneficiares and partners of our H2020 European Reasearch Project Young-Adulllt. There is also more concrete information on the aim of Young-Adulllt-Scotland, the regions explored and the policies analysed. A brief description of the research team and the contact and further information details are also available. Feel free to request us hard copies of the leaflet if interested!
A grant from the ESRC-funded Scottish Doctoral Training Centre in partnership with Skills Development Scotland has been awarded for a PhD Studentship at Robert Owen Centre. Applications are invited for a period of either three years (+3) for those with an ESRC recognised training qualification or four years (1+3) for those without. The successful candidate will be part of the Horizon 2020 project YOUNG_ADULLLT – Policies Supporting Young People in their Life Course. A Comparative Perspective of Lifelong Learning and Inclusion in Education and Work in Europe (www.young-adulllt.eu), which is a European funded
The Working Package leaders and core members responsible for the YOUNG-ADULLLT Working Packages 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 met in Barcelona for a coordination meeting (13th-14th January 2017). During the 2nd Consortium meeting in Porto the need for a stronger coordination among these working packages became evident as the collection data period was approaching.