The European Association for the Education of Adults awarded the project DIGIT-AL with the Grundtvig Award 2021 in the category “Transnational Project”. The award ceremony took place in the frame of the EAEA Annual Conference 2021: Learning to exercise democracy in a digital world on November 17/18, 2021. More: EAEA Media Release
The Grundtvig Award is a great honor for us. It motivates us to continue on our path and work to ensure that more adult Europeans can learn fundamentally about digitisation as a major political and social issue.
I am coordinating the project on behalf of Arbeitskreis deutscher Bildungsstätten (AdB) with
- DARE Democracy and Human Rights Education in Europe
- Partners Bulgaria Foundation (BG)
- Centro per la Cooperazione Internazionale (IT)
- Rede Inducar, CRL (PT)
- Education Development Center (LV)
- Jaan Tõnissoni Instituut (EE).
Congratulations to the other winners from: #GEMMA “il Sapere è Prezioso – Knowledge is Precious, led by the Municipality of Montone (IT)!
About the Grundtvig Award
The EAEA Grundtvig Award was launched in 2003 by EAEA in order to recognise and celebrate excellence in adult education. The Award is given to an organisation or project consortium who present the best transnational project in adult learning and has a different theme each year. It inspires the practitioners, course providers, and project participants value their work, and to link more closely with one another.