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The second partner meeting for the Equality Project: Starting from Home (TEP) was hosted by the University of Dar-Es-Salaam (Tanzania) and Dr Amina Kamando between 6th and 11th January 2020.

In Building public health capacity through online global learning, online global learning is defined as “innovative, integrated, global opportunities for capacity building through online learning and shared experiences between and within Low- to Middle-Income Countries and High-Income Countries, in a continuous process that helps health care workers learn as they progress through their careers”.

Peer 2 Peer University (P2PU) is looking for somebody to join us (from anywhere in the world) as the Production Lead! We are looking for a candidate who can bring communications, design, and product management skills to our small team as we support more and more non-formal adult education communities around the world.

In this edition of the L&W Newsletter you should note in particular several calls for proposals relating to international conferences: STE 2000 on Science and Technology Education in Porto, HER 2020 on Higher Education Reform in Glasgow, TAKE 2020 on the Knowledge Economy in Stuttgart, BCES 2020 on Comparative Education in Sofia (see Conferences), EAPRIL 2020 in Kufstein, the VETNET conference Crossing Boundaries in Muttenz/Basel, #LearnOrg2020 in Grimstad, UFHRD 2020 in Budapest and the EDO congress in Barcelona (see Networks and Organisations); also calls for papers for the special issues on the Economics of VET and on Health Knowledge Management (see Publications) and the call for applications for a PhD position at SFIVET (see Networks and Organisations). And not to overlook: the new Céreq website in English (see Networks and Organisations)!

Speaking to the members of the European Parliament’s EMPL Committee on 28 January in Brussels, Cedefop Executive Director Jürgen Siebel urged the MEPs and experts present to think about sending their children to vocational education and training (VET). It’s the first choice, he said. Read about this, together with other Cedefop activities, in their latest newsletter: