First meeting of the ENLIVEN’s National Youth Panel for Italy

With youth, for youth: Youth training and inclusion into the job market 21 September 2017 On 21st September 2017, the Italian team of the ENLIVEN project held the first meeting of the ENLIVEN’s National Youth Panel for Italy. Representatives of four organizations representing students, trades, civil society and local authorities attended the meeting. Representatives of … Continue reading First meeting of the ENLIVEN’s National Youth Panel for Italy

Martina Lubyová appointed Minister of Education

We would like to extend a huge congratulations to our colleague Martina Lubyová, the leader of our Slovakian team. She has been appointed Minister of Education by the President of Slovakia. The news and announcement can be found at: https://newsnow.tasr.sk/policy/martina-lubyova-from-sav-to-become-new-education-minister/ https://www.aktuality.sk/clanok/520822/kiska-vymenoval-lubyovu-za-ministerku-vas-rezort-je-zdemoralizovany/

Second International Workshop of ISA RC45 on Social Inequality

Elena Tuparevska attended  the Second International Workshop of ISA RC45 on Social Inequality in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on 1st September 2017. She presented a paper titled 'The 2015 Declaration on promoting citizenship and the common values of freedom, tolerance and non-discrimination through education (Paris Declaration) and the conceptualization of social exclusion and social inequality in … Continue reading Second International Workshop of ISA RC45 on Social Inequality

CHER 30th Annual Conference

Pepka Boyadjieva and Petya Ilieva-Trichkova from the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge, the Bulgarian team of the ENLIVEN project, gave a paper 'Patterns of interaction between inclusion and fairness in access to higher education: theoretical distinctions and policy implications' at the 30th CHER (Consortium of Higher Education Researchers) Conference “Universities as political … Continue reading CHER 30th Annual Conference

Survey: Information for a tool to guide NEET policy decisions

The ENLIVEN is considering how to create an Intelligent Decision Support System (IDSS) to inform policy debate and decision-making on learning for young adults with a focus on young people not in education, employment or training (NEETs). The idea behind the system is to utilise collected project data to enable learning from the experience of … Continue reading Survey: Information for a tool to guide NEET policy decisions