European network for adult literacy and numeracy

Introducing Namur 2010

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Literacy let’s speak about it!

European meeting of literacy learners.

A one week meeting with learners

  • who attend basic skills or literacy and numeracy courses
  • who come from different European countries

One week

  • to know each other, to hear about the countries other learners are coming from, to learn about Europe
  • to exchange and compare different experiences and opinions about learning/training (illiteracy / literacy / numeracy / basic skills)
  • to put together everyone’s expertise as to develop / improve quality in literacy/basic skills learning

One week

  • with different languages : English, French, German and Spanish
  • to live a rich experience in a creative workshop
  • to be involved in a workshop with facilitators / trainees coming from inside and outside

One week

  • Where? In Namur (Wépion), a little city in southern French-speaking Belgium
  • When? April 2010 from Sunday 11 to Saturday 17
  • How much? completely free
  • accommodation, travel expenses and other expenses linked to the event will be covered by Lire et Ecrire (within the European Life Long Learning Grundtvig programme)

A registration form

  • to be downloaded
  • to be sent before March 15 2010 (deadline) (Note: There are still places for “non-belgian” learners. Please let us know, until Friday March 19, if you apply! Forms can reach in the next week.)
  • the fulfilled registration form is to be sent to :
    Lire et Ecrire Communauté française
    12, rue Charles VI
    1210 Bruxelles

Contact : Nadia Baragiola
Phone : + 32 (0) 2 502 72 01

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Namur 2010 - Presentation
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Namur 2010 - Application form
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If learners wish to be accompanied, their learning center is asked to get in touch with Nadia Baragiola to Lire et Ecrire.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Education and Culture DG