The Lifelong Learning Week began on 3 December and brought the 42 member organisations of the Lifelong Learning Platform (LLLP), who address formal and non-formal education throughout the life course and across Europe, to Brussels.  Many events took place at the European Parliament, including the Learning for Well-being Foundation’s QoC and Post QoC.  The L4WB Foundation chairs the LLLP working group on the Wider Benefits of Learning and convened a meeting to embark on a ten year plan to revitalise education, at which the European Parents Association, the European Vocational Training Association and the European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education provided stimulating contributions.