Can learning for well-being over the life course be achieved through lifelong learning community centres in neighbourhoods? A new briefing paper, called ‘Implementing a holistic approach to lifelong learning: Community Lifelong Learning Centres as a gateway to multidisciplinary support teams’ argues that such centres can act as ‘one stop shops’ for multidisciplinary teams that respond to the unique situations of children and families. Click here to read the paper.
Produced through a collaboration between the Lifelong Learning Platform, the Educational Disadvantage Centre of the Institute of Education at Dublin City University, Cedefop and L4WB-F, the briefing paper will be launched at an event on Early School Leaving to be held in Brussels on 29 May. A day earlier, 28 May, the Learning for Well-being Foundation will chair a related working group on the ‘Wider benefits of learning.’