The EU Year of Skills, opportunity or tokenism?
Speakers’ Corner. 2023 is a great opportunity to campaign for the European Year of Skills to go beyond the idea that education only exists to serve the labour market, writes Andrea Lapegna.
is the Deputy Director of the Lifelong Learning Platform. Besides overseeing external representation and public information activities, he is an expert in global citizenship education as well as teachers' and educators' development.
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