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Outcomes CONFINTEA VI in Action – kick off in Serbia, 25.03.2011

The CONFINTEA VI kick-off in Serbia was held on the 25th of March in Hotel Palace in Belgrade. The main outcomes of the roundtable discussions are as followed:

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Summary kick-off event Macedonia

The CONFINTEA VI kick-off in Macedonia event was held on the 16th of March in the conference centre of the Public- and University Library in Skopje. The event was organized by the dvv international regional office for South Eastern Europe and the Ministry of Education and Science of Macedonia.

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Meeting with the Minister of Education and Sport of Montenegro

The delegation of the Regional Office of dvv-international in South Eastern Europe met with the representatives of the Ministry of Education and Sport of Montenegro. At the meeting, held on March, 4th, 2011, Minister Slavoljub Stijepović commented the successful cooperation between dvv-international and the Montenegrin organizations active in the field of adult education and added that, according to him, Montenegro is on a good way to align its legislative with the ones of other European countries. Therefore, he hopes that dvv-international will continue to give its support.

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Results of the Action plan on adult learning discussed in Budapest

Experts from the world of adult education discussed the results of the recently completed EU Adult Learning Action Plan at a conference in Budapest, 7-9 March.

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Summary CONFINTEA VI kick-off event in Podgorica

On the 4th of March 2011 more than 60 people from different stakeholders working in the field of adult education gathered in the VET Centre in Podgorica to debate the further implementation of the Belem Framework for Action in the context of the Montenegrin Strategies already in place. The minister for Education and Sports Slavoljub Stjepović opened the conference stressing the importance and role of Lifelong Learning as one of the most important instruments to achieve social and economic prosperity in Montenegro. He also stressed the that non-formal and informal learning should be seen as an important part of adult learning and that the ministry is happy to provide the opportunity for the stakeholders present at the meeting to highlight shortcomings of current actions.

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