Two organizers actually met IRL — in Weimar

By Lene Rachel Andersen OK, under normal circumstances, this would not be newsworthy, but these are not normal times. The European Bildung Days 2020 and 2021 were organized entirely online. Except for Mette and myself, who may have spent a total of 8 work days together at the Nordic Bildung office since March 2020, Sandra, Niklas, Nadja, Mette, Marc, and … Read More

Let’s Go Global — Update from June 21

By European Bildung Network With a Global Bildung Manifesto and so much great energy at the European Bildung Day, we decided to go ahead and start planning a Global Bildung Day. The planning meeting was on June 21st, the Global Bildung Day will be on September 21st. People joined from California and Brazil to Korea and Australia; around 30 in … Read More

Roundtable at the MU in Eindhoven

By European Bildung Network People from the field of higher education, secondary education and the field of higher education designed by students, people from intercultural educational design and others came together on October 7th to talk about European Bildung. We met at the inspiring MU Hybrid Art Centre in Eindhoven, an luckily we were able to come together in person, … Read More

European Bildung Day 2020

European Bildung Day 2020 on May 8th and 9th went online due to corona, we had to learn a lot really fast in order to pull it off, and it went really well. You can see the results on our dedicated page: Inspired by the day, we are now planning more online events, which allow people to participate from … Read More

Frankfurt Roundtable

By European Bildung Network The round-table in Frankfurt on January 28th, 2020 (Einladung_EuropeanBildung-2020-01-28) attracted many more participants than initially envisioned. Hosted by Anja Hofmann and her team at Deutsche Bildung AG, 30 participants from civil society, academia, business, and the public sector were able to connect in German and to work together on specific Bildung issues. The evening was designed and facilitated by Stefan … Read More

What Happened at the First Roundtable in Stockholm

By European Bildung Network Folk-Bildung has deep roots in Sweden, and 20 people from very diverse Bildung backgrounds joined us for the first European Bildung Network round-table on November 27th, 2019. With participants from adult education, cultural institutions, the universities, the Swedish Parliament, the Nordic Association, future studies, and some independent teachers, researchers and psychologists, we immediately had a lively … Read More