This project had been financed by the EU programme “Lifelong Learning” – Grundtvig adult learning partnerships.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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“The Grundtvig programme is a European funding programme that aims to strengthen the European dimension in adult education and lifelong learning across Europe.
The programme specifically seeks to address the educational challenge of an ageing population and to provide adults with alternative pathways to updating their skills and competences. The Grundtvig programme encompasses all types of learning, whether these take place in the ‘formal’ or ‘non-formal’ system of education for adults, or in more ‘informal’ ways, such as autonomous learning, community learning or experiential learning.” (Wikipedia)
More information on the Lifelong Learning Programme can be found on Wikipedia.