What we offer

The results of our research are interesting for:

    • Policy-makers and education authorities: evidence of successful policies and programmes promoting education policy and practice;
    • Research and professional communities: comparative knowledge about LLL policy orientations and objectives, success criteria, compatibility and integration with other social policies at local level;
    • Education providers: insights into innovations and potentials related to recognition of informal and non-formal learning of vulnerable groups;
    • Industry and labour market actors evidence of different patterns of skills supply and demand as well as insights into different networks and landscapes of policy-making in LLL;
    • Young adults: the opportunity to express their perceptions of policies and their fit to local contexts, living conditions and individual life projects.
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This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 693167