Engaging migrants in adult education in Finland

published on 09.06.2017

IMPLEMENTING OUTREACH, EMPOWERMENT, DIVERSITY. For the successful integration of migrants to a new country it is imperative that they are provided sufficient learning and work opportunities. When it comes to migrant adults, it’s normally about continuing the learning pathway, not starting from scratch. It means that they also need the proper guidance to find and take advantage of the learning opportunities available. What else is needed for a successful learning path of a migrant?

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Adult education supporting migrants in Sweden

published on 04.05.2017

IMPLEMENTING OUTREACH, EMPOWERMENT, DIVERSITY. Newly arrived migrants have differents needs for support and learning opportunities depending on whether they reside in rural areas or in big cities. Swedish folk high schools play a big role in providing the support in both.

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Vienna calling for outreach

published on 17.03.2017

IMPLEMENTING OUTREACH, EMPOWERMENT, DIVERSITY. ImplOED project and its guidelines were at the centre of the event organised by the central programme planning unit of VHS Vienna last November.

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ImplOED consortium ready to start the activities’ marathon

published on 27.10.2016

The Implementing Outreach, Empowerment, Diversity (implOED) project aims to engage disadvantaged adults in learning and to make education policies more effective for their needs.

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New project to foster social cohesion

published on 18.08.2016

ADULT EDUCATION AND REFUGEES. EAEA's new project Implementing Outreach, Empowerment, Diversity (implOED) aims to engage disadvantaged adults in learning and to make education policies more effective for their needs. The topic is more relevant than ever, as Europe is facing the challenge of integrating millions of refugees.

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ImplOED – for a more inclusive and equal society

The ImplOED – Implementing outreach, empowerment and diversity project offers policy-makers and adult educators tools to engage socially and educationally disadvantaged adults in lifelong learning. We aim at ensuring learning opportunities for marginalised groups, such as migrants, minorities and adults that are caught in a low-skilled trap, thus making adult education more inclusive.

We contribute to:

  • a better awareness of policy-makers on how to increase participation in adult learning;
  • a stronger outreach capacity of adult education institutions;
  • more empowered and active citizens based on their learning and development;
  • a stronger involvement of learners in education structures and in the society.