Young AduLLLt Project

The international comparative research project “Policies Supporting Young Adults in their Life Course. A Comparative Perspective of Lifelong Learning and Inclusion in Education and Work in Europe” (YOUNG_ADULLLT) focuses on lifelong learning (LLL) policies for young adults, at upper secondary school level and beyond, in particular those in situations of near social exclusion.

The report examines the relationship and complementarity between LLL policies and young people’s social conditions, and assesses the potential implications and effects on young adults’ life courses. The project is conducting a critical analysis of current developments of LLL European policies in order to prevent ill-fitted policies from worsening existing inequalities. It will also identify best practices and patterns of coordinating policy-making at local/regional level.

Type
Document
Country
Austria; Bulgaria; Croatia; Finland; Germany; Italy; Portugal; Spain; United Kingdom
Language
EN
School level
Secondary
Intervention level
Targeted; Universal
Intervention intensity
Periodic
Funding source
European Funding

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