Projects

Projects

 

Pathways to Adult Education for People with Intellectual Disabilities

For people with intellectual disabilities, life-long learning is not only about learning new skills or vocational training. It is about being included in society, being able to represent oneself and to take more control of one’s daily life and future. However, one of the main barriers for people with intellectual disabilities to access life-long learning programmes is the lack of accessible adult training and information material in easy-to-understand language.

To improve the accessibility of those programmes, the Pathways projects have developed European Easy-to-Read standards for adult education and e-learning material. Pathways II built on the heritage of the original Pathways project and multiplied its impact, covering almost all the European Union. More information about the Project Pathways can be found at www.life-long-learning.eu.

Pathways I
Implementation Period 2007-2009
Funded by European Commission, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency under the Grundtvig Programme
Project number 134174-LLP-1-2007-1-BE-GRUNDTVIG-GMP
Project coordinator Easy to Read
Partners
Enable Ace (Scotland)
Me Itse ry (Finland)
UNAPEI (France)
Nous Aussi (France)
Inclusion Ireland (Ireland)
Das Büro für leichte Sprache of Lebenshilfe Bremen (Germany).
FENACERCI (Portugal)
Atempo (Austria)
VILTIS (Lithuania)
Pathways II
Implementation period 2011 – 2013
Funded by European Commission, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency under the Lifelong Learning Programme, Key Activity 4
Project number 519328-LLP-1-2011-1-BE-KA4-KA4MP
Project coordinator Easy to Read
Project partners Association for Self-Advocacy (Croatia)

SPMP (Czech Republic)

EVPIT (Estonia)

ÉFOÉSZ (Hungary)

Anffas, (Italy)

Rupju Berns (Latvia)

Zveza Sožitje (Slovenia)

ZPMPvSR (Slovakia)

FEAPS (Spain)
With the support ofthe Lifelong Learning Programme ofthe European Union