On March 14 in Brussels in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, together with Culture Action Europe, the Lifelong Learning Platform and civil society organisations including EDEN carried out a debate about European education and culture. Near 100 stakeholders and high-level policy makers convened at the BOZAR to discuss and explore the potential of diverse learning environments, including how learning mobility can enhance cultural awareness. Keynote panel included the acting Director General of DG EAC, Jens Nymand Christensen, and Erna Hennicot-Schoepges, former Minister of Education, Culture and Research of Luxembourg and UNESCO.
In the break-out session about Digital learning co-organised by EDEN, Executive Committee Member Diana Andone and Secretary General Andras Szucs were speakers.
Diana Andone’s intervention in the plenary session