EBSN Annual Conference 2014, Budapest

EBSN Annual Conference 2014, Budapest

The European Basic Skills Network Annual General Assembly and Conference,

Budapest, May 21st – 23rd

Organized in cooperation with the Hungarian Association for Lifelong Learning, ALLL


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Towards an inclusive Europe – Maurice de Greef, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The PIAAC results – what do they may mean for basic skills development in Europe? – Anders Fremming Andersen, Vox

Evidencing social inclusion through basic skills learning – Emily Jones, NIACE, UK

Family learning – Intergenerational learning: An inclusive and cohesive policy  – Maria Toia, IREA, Romania

Numeracy for Inclusion – Susan Easton, NIACE, UK

The Hungarian TAMOP program: Basic Skills for Employment – Tamás Köpeczi-Bócz dr., Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource

Developing Skills in Prison setting – experiences of a project – László Huszár dr., Prison Service Brigadier General, Hungarian Prison Service Headquarters

The Hungarian Nyitok network: basic skills for inclusion – Zoltán Varkonyi, Leader of the Nyitok Professional Advisory Team, Hungary

On line platforms for Professional Development of Teachers of Basic Skills – Mark Langdon, Education Scotland, UK

Contributing to social inclusionHanne Christensen, Cedefop


Questions for group discussions