European Parliament adopts reports towards a more comprehensive approach of learning
In a positive step for inclusion the Culture and Education Committee (CULT) reports “Learning EU at school” and “Erasmus+ and other tools to foster mobility in vocational education and training” were adopted on Tuesday 12 April. “Learning EU at School” includes mentions of non-formal education providers in the context of citizenship education and lifelong learning. Thereby, the EP acknowledges the role of young people in democratic processes. Similarly, in “Erasmus+ and other tools to foster mobility in vocational education and training” that recognises the importance of Non-Formal Education and emphasizes on disadvantaged groups’ access to vocational education and training.