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European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA), Belgium

EAEA is a European NGO whose purpose is to link and represent European organisations directly involved in adult learning. Originally known as the European Bureau of Adult Education, EAEA was founded in 1953 by representatives from a number of European countries.

EAEA promotes adult learning and access to and participation in non-formal adult education for all, particularly for groups currently under-represented.

Dafni Kentro Epaggelmatikis Katartisis DAFNI KEK, Greece

DAFNI KEK plans and implements actions and learning activities targeting to social disadvantaged population and groups at risk (unemployed, single mothers, rural habitants, migrants and the Roma) responding to the official calls in national and European level or in local area by organising workshops on active consciousness.

Educational Disadvantage Centre EDC, St. Patrick´s College, Drumcondra, A College of Dublin City University, Ireland

The Educational Disadvantage Centre (EDC), located within the Faculty of Education, St. Patrick´s College aims to contribute to best practice in national and international policy regarding the implications of social and economic disadvantage on education.

Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association, Estonia

ENAEA is the umbrella organisation for adult education organisations and providers. It has 74 members. ENAEA is a social partner for Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia.

FOLAC – Learning for Active Citizenship, Sweden

From Kiruna, in the north of Sweden, to Malmö in the south, there are in total 150 free schools for adults, so called folk high schools.

La Ligue de l´Enseignement, France

La Ligue de l´Enseignement gathers more than 30,000 associations in 102 departmental and 22 regional federations in France with the common aim of training responsible citizens who will fulfill their duties, make full use of their rights and be active in society reinforcing its democratic, humanist and social character. These associations also work collectively against all inequalities in order to discuss and build a fairer and more independent society.

lernraum Wien, Austria – Institute for Multilingualism, Integration and Education is the research department of the Wiener Volkshochschulen (VHS Wien).

KERIGMA, Portugal

KERIGMA is an association for innovation and social development in Portugal, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to promote innovation on education, social development and sustainability of the region and its people.

The Learning and Work Institute – L&W, United Kingdom

An independent policy and research organisation dedicated to lifelong learning, full employment and inclusion brings together over 90 years of combined history and heritage from the ‘National Institute of Adult Continuing Education’ and the ‘Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion’.

L&W wants everyone to have an opportunity to realise their ambitions and potential in learning, work and throughout life. L&W believes a better skilled workforce, in better paid jobs, is good for business, good for the economy, and good for society.

Romani Association of Women Drom Kotar Mestipen, Spain

The Roma Association of Women Drom Kotar Mestipen is a non-profit organisation created in 1999 by Roma and non-Roma women with different characteristics and backgrounds (age, academic level, job, etc.).

Solidarci- Associazione Solidarci Caserta (Italy)

Solidarci Caserta is an association that works in the field of Culture, Sociability, Solidarity, Human Rights, Education, for the promotion of human and civil practices.

The Finnish Lifelong learning Foundation (KVS), Finland

Kansanvalistusseura, The Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation – KVS – supports learning and builds a society of learners by offering expertise and services. The foundation, established in 1874, cooperates with a wide variety of adult education stakeholders in Finland and internationally.