Nordic Action Programme for the Invigoration of Adult Education in the Future
Voksenuddannelser i Fremtiden (VOKS FREM)
3 Dec 1991, at a meeting of Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM); confirmed, 1992, by Nordic Council (NC), to run for 4 years. Also referred to in English as Nordic Programme of Action for Adult Education. Ceased to exist.
Strengthen Nordic cooperation within adult and popular education.Available with paid subscription only.
Themes: (i) demand for qualifications in the future, including new technology; (ii) inter-sectional cooperation, including labour education, vocational training and youth education; (iii) Europe-Nordic, including Nordic-Baltic Summer Academy in Gothenburg (Sweden), organized by Nordic Folk Academy (NFA), for Baltic educators and students. Instrumental in setting up Nordic Education Programme in Teaching Methods for Adult Education (Comenius 2000).
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