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Cuban-Angolan cooperation

African and South America strengthen cooperation in education

Angola and Cuba further strengthened their longstanding academic and research cooperation by holding the Second Meeting of Rectors of Universities of the two countries. Leer más

Chinese online-education receives investments

Online education slow to catch onto China

Online education has been slow to catch on in China even though the country has the world´s largest Internet user base and is the world´s largest smartphone market. Listed educational companies, facing pressure to generate steady cash flows, have been slow to invest in their online operations.  Leer más

Bilingual youth in Europe

Kids2Write preparing for Salzburg Games Fair

More than 700 children (age 6-10) and teenagers (age 14-17), teachers and stakeholders successfully piloted prototypes of Kids2Write games in Austria, Germany, Greece, Romania and Turkey. The games will help bilingual children and young adults to improve their writing skills in both of their languages. Leer más

Hopes for digital and financial inclusion

Online banking worth´s four times more than traditional banking

Online banking has scored a new trend in Spain which raises expectations for the strategic objectives of financial inclusion included in the Europe 2020 Strategy: it´s value is estimated four times more than traditional banking. As Inversis sale show, the Andorran Bank of Madrid paid almost twice its value, in a moment where traditional banks market value are ranked half of its value. Leer más

Innovation in Science Education

Turning kids on to science

EU-funded kidsINNscience (´Innovation in Science Education - Turning Kids on to Science´) aims to develop this approach further with children in Europe and Latin America.  Leer más

One of Europe´s most prestigious film prizes

LUX Prize aims to promote the European cinema and stimulate values and social issues

The European Parliament awards the LUX Prize each year to help promote European cinema and stimulate debate about European values and social issues.  Leer más

10 projects have been awarded

EuroMed youth Awards 2013

More than 70 participants coming from 11 European Countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Finland, France, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Spain), 1 Programme country (Turkey) and 6 neighbour countries from the Mediterranean area (Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia) have participated in the event.  Leer más

Future programme for education

"We Mean Business - Trainees on the Move" campaign 2013

The proposed future programme for education, training, youth and sport offers many more opportunities for learners to undertake a traineeship in a company in another country, and the conference was an opportunity to share experience of how to make the most of this type of learning mobility. Leer más

The final text will go to plenary probably in October

"Erasmus+" programme

"Erasmus+", is set to be the EU´s next programme for education, training, youth and sport, following an agreement confirmed by Parliament negotiators and the Council on Wednesday. The overall budget for the new programme is subject to approval of the EU´s overall multi-annual financial framework (MFF) for that period. Leer más

A major source of knowledge and evidence for policy-makers

EU welcomed the launch of education and youth employability

The European Commission welcomed yesterday the launch of Education at a Glance 2013, an annual report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which analyses the education systems of the 34 OECD member countries, including 21 EU Member States, as well as Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia, Saudi Arabia and South Africa. Leer más

Debate on immigration

Foreign students feel unwelcomed in UK

More than half of overseas students in the UK say they have felt "less welcome" because of policies on migration, a survey suggests. Leer más

Supporting young people

More students will benefit from EU´s new programme for education training and youth

European Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou said the new programme, due for launch in January 2014, would build on the success of the existing Tempus and Erasmus Mundus programmes. Leer más

43 million Europeans are unable to afford a mealPoverty in Europe

43 million Europeans are unable to afford a meal

Some 120 million Europeans are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, a situation which has been made worse by the economic and financial crisis. Leer más

Universal access to education is crucialUnited Nations statement

Universal access to education is crucial

While universal access to education is indeed crucial, ensuring that it is of high quality must also be a top priority to ensure young people have the skills needed to succeed and help their nations develop, United Nations officials said this week. Leer más

European Citizens´ Prize 2013

The Emerging Architect Special Mention award goes to María Langarita and Víctor Navarro

The European Citizens´ prize is awarded to citizens or organisations that have contributed to the promotion of better mutual understanding and stronger integration between citizens or to the facilitation of cross-border and transnational cooperation within the EU. Leer más

Encouraging talented people

Mexico, an emerging country for entrepreneurs

President Peña Nieto has created a national institute for entrepreneurs. Before this agency opened, there were over 40 entrepreneurship programs scattered across the country. Leer más

Youth Policy

The WORKABLE project

In today´s rapidly changing world, young people face a number of tough challenges in society and employment. However, help may be just around the corner as an EU-funded project investigates what the education system is doing, and how it could bridge the capability gap. Leer más

Transport infraestructures in Doha

Spanish OHL company to build an emblematic metro station in a center for educational excellence

The contract secured by the consortium composed of OHL, Samsung C&T and the local Qatar Building Company covers the design and construction of the Msheireb and Education City stations. Leer más

Futurium, a new tool to co-creating ideas for future policies New european initiative

Futurium, a new tool to co-creating ideas for future policies

Futurium is an online platform where citizens are invited to ´co-create´ ideas for future EU policies. It is based on open technologies and data. Anyone can access the content hosted on Futurium, vote visions and policy ideas. Leer más

ICT skills and jobs

The Digital Agenda for Europe is entering in its final phase

The main programme concept is around the digital lifecycle with an emphasis on digital skills, entrepreneurship and growth. The workshops will focus on ICT skills and jobs, public services for the citizen, research & innovation and technology enablers, trust & security, entrepreneurship and the digital single market. Leer más

Education, Culture and Youth

EU commits to ensuring basic education for every child by 2030

The European Commission will confirm yesterday its commitment to making education more equal and of a higher quality in the Development agenda beyond 2015 through continued financial support, during a High level event in Brussels. Leer más

UNESCO launches the third phase of the ´Mobile Based Literacy´ programEducation through text message

UNESCO launches the third phase of the ´Mobile Based Literacy´ program

Mobilink Foundation, a nonprofit organisation established by Mobilink in 2007, and UNESCO signed an agreement to enhance their "SMS-based Literacy" programme.  Leer más

Letter to the Bank of Spain

Spanish consumer´s association denounces a lack of transparency

ADICAE, the only Spanish association specialised in financial issues with over 150,000 members represented in all the Spanish territory has called for the end of the bank fees blackout.  Leer más

Development policies

Scientifics and universities will support the Danube Strategy

The European Commission and scientists and policy makers from the 14 Danube Region countries have today launched six scientific clusters to support economic development in the region. The six clusters will focus on: water; land & soil; bio-energy; air; data exchange & harmonisation; and smart specialisation.  Leer más

EU Youth policies

Education, Youth, Sport and Culture Council (16-17 May)

Is the European Union´s youth policy up to the job in today´s difficult economic and social climate? Can the European Union do more to help sports organisations tackle doping? Leer más
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