Working with our European colleagues means we can better advocate for adult learning here in Ireland. We're stronger together.
We're collaborating to make a difference in global challenges, like climate change and sustainability, the digital divide, and threats to democracy.
European projects also offer great opportunities for capacity-building, sharing best practice, developing resources, and training for AONTAS members across Ireland.
We'll keep fighting for the right of all adults to access quality lifelong learning.
A prime example is the Learners As Leaders programme, funded under the New European Agenda for Adult Learning (NEAAL).
Here, learners develop skills in areas like critical thinking, communication, and creative problem-solving. They learn how to advocate for themselves and others with similar experiences.
Click here to read about the Learners As Leaders "Creativity Takes Courage" on art, learning online, and the digitial divide for later-life learners.