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ILEU e.V./Institute for Virtual and Real Learning in Adult Education at the University of Ulm (ILEU) e.V. Germany: The work of ILEU e.V. is currently focussed on the implementation of international projects and general adult education, especially with partners from the Danube region.
ILEU develops and tests innovative educational programmes for adults in the field of general science-based continuing education, especially in the field of senior education, including innovative new media (combination of virtual and face-to-face learning).
ILEU is a non-profit organisation from Ulm that promotes regional, supra-regional and international networking and cooperation between civil society institutions through joint projects in the field of adult education, particularly in the Danube region and throughout Europe. More

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Danet is a network for learning in later life, social participation and intergenerational dialogue along the Danube DANET initiates local, regional and transnational education and learning activities and projects that support the development of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR). It aims to provide new impetus for the development and implementation of common European policies in the fields of social development, social participation, learning, education and intergenerational dialogue. More

DANET focuses on:

  • Access to learning opportunities and general education based on the transfer of innovative practices and the dissemination of current scientific knowledge and theories
  • Implement and disseminate new approaches and innovative methods
  • Enable universities and other educational institutions to provide and improve access to formal and non-formal education for older and younger generations
  • Laying the foundations for highly professional national and transnational cooperation
  • Supporting senior citizens in Europe, especially in the countries of the Danube region, to actively participate in civil society
  • Promoting intercultural dialogue in Europe, especially in the Danube region, as a prerequisite for mutual understanding and respect
  • Supporting older people in involving their knowledge, skills and competences in new, mostly collective tasks, civic activities and actions in order to contribute to reducing and/or solving social and economic difficulties
  • Empowering and encouraging older people and other generations to conserve natural resources
  • Promoting access to a wide range of new technologies for citizens in Europe, especially for older people, young people, women, people with disabilities and people in rural areas

The ILEU-Team 2024