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European Success Stories 2010


La Commissione europea, DG Istruzione e Cultura, ha publicato una raccolta delle migliori esperienze sul tema prioritario dell'anno in corso, dedicato alla Lotta alla povertà e all'inclusione sociale.

Androulla Vassiliou, Membro della Commissione europea e responsabile per l'Educazione, la Cultura il Multilinguismo e la Gioventù, introduce così la pubblicazione:

Working together for an inclusive Europe

In Europe today, almost 80 million people live under poor living conditions. Women, children, young people, the elderly, people on precarious contracts, migrants and people from ethnic minorities are especially at risk of poverty and social exclusion. The European Union, being aware of this situation, has designated 2010 as the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion. One of the priorities of this year relates to the importance of facilitating access to education and training to all.

Member States, regional and local authorities, non-governmental organisations  (NGOs), social partners and international organisations have all taken this year as an opportunity to exchange best practices in the eradication of social exclusion. Good examples of the “know-how” of these countries in the fi eld of education and training are their national action plans aimed at increasing youth literacy rates, reducing the number of early school leavers and improving learning and training for migrants and other disadvantaged groups.

Education is a manifestation of the great European values of liberty, equity and cohesion. For this reason, the Spanish Presidency of the European Union in 2010 has placed an emphasis on more education and training, better quality and comprehensive inclusion. The Lifelong Learning Programme, funded by the European Union, supports the realisation of these objectives.

This publication highlights projects made by trainers, teachers, prison workers and other professionals involved in education and training activities. Their work has contributed positively to the social inclusion of migrants, students with special needs, victims of violence in schools, persons without access to information and communication technologies, prisoners and the visually and hearing impaired. They also contributed to promote gender equality.

I hope these human stories can be a source of inspiration for other successful activities in the area of education and training and I encourage other learners, trainees and professionals to take part in the Lifelong Learning Programme.

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European Success Stories for Social Inclusion
Europäische Erfolgsgeschichten für sozialen Integration
Réussites Européennes pour l'inclusion sociale
Buenas Práctica en Europa para la inclusión social