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ENWRA Info

We had 9 meetings in Rubielos/Spain, Paphos/Cyprus, Enniskillen/Northern Ireland, Bekescsaba/Hungary, Konya/Turkey, Welver-Dinker/Germany and again in Paphos/Cyprus and finally in Tneczynek (near Krakow/Poland). Under "results" you will find all the the summaries in a few days. 
If you need more information, don't hesitate to contact the coordinator or the administrator of this Homepage:

mpapather (a) yahoo.com

Dieter.Schulze (a) inibia.eu 

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Coordinator of ENWRA
Organization for Promotion of European Issues
Michalis I. Papatherapontos
Sehit Moustafa 14
8016 Paphos
Cyprus
Email: mpapather (a) yahoo.com

Coordinator of the website
INIBIA EWIV
Dieter Schulze
Eichenallee 5
59514 Welver-Dinker
Germany
Email: Dieter.Schulze (a) inibia.eu

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The project European Network for Women in Rural Areas (ENWRA) has been funded through the Grundtvig programme.

Launched in 2000 and now part of the overarching Lifelong Learning Programme, Grundtvig aims to provide adults with ways to improve their knowledge and skills, keeping them mentally fit and potentially more employable.

It not only covers learners in adult education, but also the teachers, trainers, education staff and facilities that provide these services. These include relevant associations, counselling organisations, information services, policy-making bodies and others involved in lifelong learning and adult education at local, regional and national levels, such as NGOs, enterprises, voluntary groups and research centres.

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/grundtvig/grundtvig_en.php

Detailled information about our program you also find in the Manifesto from the very beginning of our project.

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