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In this issue:

  • European Alliance for Apprenticeships #EAFA
  • Number of Erasmus students tops 3 million
  • The LUX Prize announces Official Selection 2013
  • Eastern Partnership Ministerial Conference on Culture, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • European universities need to think global
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In this issue:
  • EU high level group: train the professors to teach
  • EU Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards: 2013 public choice and Grand Prix winners announced
  • 25th Anniversary of EU Youth programmes
  • Higher education as a bridge between the two shores of the Mediterranean
  • EU measures to tackle youth unemployment more
In this issue JUNE 2013
  • column Ton Duif
  • Guest column Solveig Dahl
  • Agenda
  • Education in a global perspective
  • Students from across the world advocate the need for dignity
  • The Entreprenasium program more


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Dear Members, welcome to our June 2013 newsletter. I hope this arrives before many of you break for the summer. Let me begin by welcoming our new members to the EfVET family and I look forward to meeting them at Conference later this year. Your Executive and Steering Committee members have continued to represent yourselves and the European VET sector across a wide range of conferences, EC working groups and thematic expert forums in recent months.
  • HERSC meeting, Helsinki
  • Social Dialogue Youth Negotiations
  • Online survey on the status and attractiveness of the teaching profession
  • Portuguese case study accomplished on ICT in education for the prevention of early school leaving
  • Impact of the economic crisis on gender equality and women’s rights
  • Another blow to the austerity agenda
  • New Eurydice report on Physical Education and Sport at School in Europe
  • Van Rompuy calls for time
  • Grand coalition on digital jobs
  • Council of Europe adopts FRA’s Multi annual framework

WP1: Policy implementation and networking

In this issue :

  • EU/ International KCD News
  • National KCD News
  • Special focus: Peer Learning Visit to Dublin
  • KCD Events
  • KeyCoNet Website
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Welcome to the first 2013 issue of the KeyCoNet newsletter!

KeyCoNet is the European Policy Network on Key Competences in School Education, funded under the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.