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EARLALL, Rue des deux Eglises, 27

1000 Brussels Belgium

The European Association of Regional and Local Authorities for Lifelong Learning - EARLALL - currently includes the co-operation of 23 regional and local authorities aiming to influence European policy and to co-operate in projects in the field of lifelong learning.


Lifelong Learning is central to achieving the goals of the Lisbon Agenda which aims at making the EU the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world. EARLALL aims to reach a high degree of collaboration among its members in the field of the Lifelong Learning policies and establish a close cooperation with the European Union institutions.


EARLALL has since its creation in 2001 co-operated in a number of European projects and contributed to the European debate on lifelong learning through various position papers in the European Cohesion policy debate as well as the European Education and Training area.

Current co-operation areas include lifelong learning and entrepreneurship, bilateral agreements to promote mobility and promoting transregional co-operation in the new European Social funds programmes.

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- EARLALL GA and Seminar on Entrepreneurship Education 11th October 2013
- Earlall GA and Conference A Guarantee System for Youth Policies"- 21/22 February 2013
- EARLALL General Assembly and Seminar "Youth: one step ahead" 7th March 2012
- Earlall GA and Seminar, 29th September 2011, Florence
- EARLALL monthly Newsletter
- Earlall GA and Seminar - 11th March 2011
- Youth on the Move and related public consultation
- Results of the Conference "Towards the new planning period of the ESF. Regions for employment and growth"
- International Conference and EARLALL General Assembly
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- EARLALL GA 16th of February 2010
- Consultation: EU2020 Strategy
- European Skills Week
- EARLALL General Assembly, 30 Sept - 2 October 2009
- Green Paper on Mobility