On May 25 and 26, the LICEAL – LInking Citizenship and Employability perspectives in Adult Learning strategies and practices – partnership gathered in Vienna, Austria, to discuss the development of the project. The meeting was organised and hosted by Wiener Forum für Demokratie und Menschenrechte and involved all partners of the project.
The Transnational Project Meeting allowed all partners to share their ideas about the upcoming steps of the project and on how to implement them in the future, in particular the interweaving between the different work packages and the stakeholders’ involvement.
The first important project deliverable that will be released in July 2023 and that was reviewed by the participants in Vienna is the Analytical Review of Adult Learning Practices linking Citizenship and Employability Learning Outcomes: the review will include a series of relevant best practices and projects on this topic, selected by each partner and coming from all over the World.
Another important result that was presented in Vienna was a systematisation, carried out by DARE Network, of the most relevant competences of Citizenship Education emerging from the research activity, that were divided into clusters and that graphically represent the most important skills for a better inclusion of adults in the labour market.
The next Transnational Project meeting of LICEAL will take place in Almuñécar, Spain, in November 2023.