Permanent Liaison Committee of European Associations in Education (PLEASE)
Comité de liaison permanent des associations européennes dans le domaine de l'éducation
1990-11-08 Leuven Belgium
8-9 Nov 1990, Leuven (Belgium), by 12 member organizations and with the support of U-XF1695 - Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth of the European Commission (TF-HRETY). No recent activity reported since 1995.
Create a place of concertation where European associations can meet in a spirit of complementarity; act as an advisory and consultative body in the field of education and training towards European institutions; set up joint collaboration, actions and activities to enhance the European dimension in the field; stimulate the flow of information; be perceived as a supportive body able to render service to the European Community in the implementation of education and training policy; stimulate at the Community level a European Forum on Education where all educational partners can meet and within which European associations in the field can be granted consultative status.
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