Documentos elaborados en nuestra federación.
Didactic and methodological guidelines to create and energize training groups in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) based on the democratic model of media literacy: “where adults who had hardly ever used a computer have learned to use it and to access information from the Internet. But not only that, we have also learned to discuss this information among all of us in order to critically analyze what is transmitted to us”.
Manifesto drawn up on the basis of the European INTO project and which brings together the contributions of civil society to promote a more tolerant European society, based on fundamental European values, as well as overcoming the exclusion generated by prejudice or ignorance towards the cultures of newcomers.
Manifesto for the inclusion of all women in society, including those with no formal education, those belonging to ethnic minorities and immigrants. The main demands that should be assumed by all those organizations or groups that seek to overcome gender inequalities are presented.
Manifesto where it is defined how an intercultural education that responds to the needs, interests and motivations of the participants with the common objective of contributing to overcome social inequalities has to be. The manifesto has been generated in the groups of egalitarian dialogue between immigrants and people from different cultures who participated in the European project “Who Speaks”.
Elaborated in 1997 by participants to vindicate education as an instrument of transformation and overcoming social inequalities. Agreed and accepted by different entities in Spain, Belgium, France, Holland, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Denmark, Romania, Czech Republic, Australia, Brazil and India.
Document elaborated in the framework of the first Tri-Day Conference on Democratic Adult Education, held in Barcelona in 2000, where the commitment to work for the interests and needs of the participants was established.
A model for adult education that aims at individual as well as collective emancipation. This model aims to democratize education and society by incorporating the contributions of all people and was promoted by the Adult Education Association (AEPA) in 1998.