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“Greencomp?” at the Lifelong Learning Week 2019

Hosted by MEP John Howarth, EARLALL and EfVET held a workshop at the European Parliament on 4 December 2019 to discuss the skills needed for a just green transition and the development of a common framework of green competences. The event also counted on the participation of representatives from the European Commission (DG ENVIRONMENT), the …

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Meeting with Commissioner Schmitt’s cabinet

On 17 June 2020, EARLALL Director, Noelia Cantero, jointly with EfVET Project & Office Manager, Valentina Chanina, held an online meeting with the Cabinet of Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights Nicolas Schmit. In particular, the responsible experts for Skills, apprenticeships and VET (Mr Nerlich and Ms Faber) together with Anna Barbieri from DG EMPL …

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Meeting with JRC and DG-EAC

 On 29 October 2020, EARLALL , EfVET and EAEA team had a virtual meeting with Arianna Sala, Yves Punie, Chiara Scalabrino and Marcellino Cabrera. The main aim of the meeting was to discuss our common position on Skills for the Green Transition (Green Skills),  Horizon 2020 and Good practices.  

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“Greencomp: taking green skills one step further” @ the Lifelong Learning Week 2020

Hosted by MEP Marc Ros and organised by EARLALL, EAEA and EfVET, this session sought to boost a policy debate on the role of green skills to promote sustainable life-long learning. Reiterating the words of Ursula von der Leyen on the matter, the event offered a short-lived platform to discuss the ways in which Europe …

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Launch of the GreenComp Website

In early December 2020, the three organisations launched the GreenComp website at the Lifelong Learning Week. The website gives lifelong learning experts, advocates and policy makers the opportunity to share best practices, seek for inspiration and access resources and relevant policy developments on green skills and competences online.

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