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Towards the European Society – Challenges for Education and Training Policies and Research arising from the European Integration and Enlargement – "EURONE&T"

Towards the European Society Challenges for Education and Training Policies and Research arising from the European Integration and Enlargement "EURONE&T"

This Thematic Network focuses on the impact of the social, political and economic integration of the European societies, including the integration of the accession countries on the policy domain of E&T in Europe. It reflects the consequences of the Internationalisation and Europeanisation of E&T for European policies and transnational research in this policy domain. In other words: the proposed network aims to gain more knowledge about the European dimension in E&T, both in terms of political strategies and transnational research needs.

Three major policy and research issues constitute the thematic domains of the proposed network:

I. Modus Vivendi - "E&T policies between internationalised challenges and national systems, traditions, cultures, values and policies".
Under the modus vivendi the network  focuses its activities on the ambiguity of European policies between internationalised economic challenges, the progressing Europeanisation of economies and policies through a joint currency and joint regulations on the one hand, and on the other the national competencies for E&T policies rooted in the traditions of the different European societies.

II. Modus Transitorius - "E&T in candidate countries: adjusting (to) the acquis communautaire while in a period of transition towards the labour market in a market economy
Under the modus transitorius the network activities reflect on the specific challenges and dilemmas of accession countries adapting their E&T policies to the measures of the EU which at the same time are in a period of transition from opposing E&T traditions.

III Modus Operandi - "E&T research agenda and policy input (preparing) for a larger and deeper EU: establishing a transnational community of knowledge and practice based on a diversity of instruments and research traditions to facilitate innovation in E&T"
Under the modus operandi the network focused on conclusions to establish a European community of E&T professionals needed to bother master the challenges of EU-integration and enlargement. Under this modus both transnational research methods and policy approaches to facilitate innovation of the EU E&T systems were developed.

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Bereich: Technik & Wissen

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Typ: Netzwerk

Programm: EU 5. RP - IHP / Improving the socio-economic knowledge base

Projekt Status: Abgeschlossen

Von/Bis: 11/2001 - 10/2004

Laufzeit: 36 Monate