Learning & teaching

Articles on good practices and knowledge about the benefits and challenges of adult education and lifelong learning. These articles also cover global societal phenomena and their links to lifelong learning.

Duygu Güner is a labour economist at Bruegel
Learning & teaching, Opinion

Duygu Güner: “Ignoring the hidden barriers behind low training participation is no longer an option”

In her Speakers’ Corner column, economist Duygu Güner describes the past year as being marked by an enthusiastic discussion on skills shortages and the imperative of continuous reskilling/upskilling efforts in the EU. Nevertheless, determining how to increase low training participation rates remains the main challenge. Speakers’ Corner columns are produced in cooperation with EAEA, the European Association for the Education of Adults.

Duygu Güner