The COVID-19 outbreak has had a great impact in all spheres of life, changing the way in which we relate to each other, communicate and learn. In this context, resilience has emerged as a key skill to face such a crisis and be ready for other potential disruptions that might happen in the future. Therefore, EARLALL is happy to announce the launch of its initiative “Resilient Skills Ecosystems for a Crisis-proof Future”, emphasising not only resilience as a skill, but also the need of resilient skills governance systems in order to guarantee that lifelong learning never stops and no one is left behind whatever the circumstances.
This initiative will set the path towards this year’s Annual Conference, to take place in Rennes on 5-6 November 2020. A range of activities is proposed to EARLALL Member Regions so they can benefit from peer-learning and develop strong and resilient skills ecosystems that let them thrive even if circumstances are challenging.