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Regional Kick off meeting in Hannover (February 6-7, 2014)


The REGIONAL Project was officially launched in Hannover, Germany on 6 and 7 February. REGIONAL will carry out a comparative analysis of how adult learning policies are developed and implemented in various regional contexts across Europe. The goal of the project is to benchmark policy formulation in the area of adult learning to extrapolate and share best practices among regional and local policy makers.

REGIONAL brings together 7 partners from 6 countries (Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Serbia and Slovakia) and is co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission.

During the kick-off meeting the partners defined the scope and scale of the research activities and established a common approach for primary and secondary research. In addition, partners discussed project management and dissemination aspects to ensure the implementation of the main project deliverables and products according to schedule.


The Consortium in Rome for the first Consortium meeting of the REGIONAL Project on May 29-30


The consortium of 7 partners from 6 countries (Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Serbia and Slovakia) met in Rome for the first meeting of the REGIONAL project that benefits from funding of the European Commission through the Lifelong Learning Programme. During the meeting, the partners revised the final version of the questionnaire developed in the first phase of the project that will be used in the next step of primary research. The partners will hold interviews with local policy makers and Adult Learning practitioners in 16 regions to benchmark formulation, implementation and funding of AL policies, extrapolating key factors and transferring findings in a user-friendly toolkit, produced in 6 languages and disseminated throughout EU for uptake. In addition, partners discussed and developed a common approach for the dissemination strategy to ensure visibility of project activities and deliverables.