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Presentation by Daniel Kropf, Chair of the Learning for Well-being Consortium of Foundations in Europe and Executive Director of Universal Education Foundation - 6th September 2011 at the European ...

Presentation by Daniel Kropf, Chair of the Learning for Well-being Consortium of Foundations in Europe and Executive Director of Universal Education Foundation - 6th September 2011 at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.

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    Daniel kropf ppt ep sep 2011 Daniel kropf ppt ep sep 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Learning for Well-being Daniel Kropf Executive Director, UEFFounding Chairman, Learning for Well-being Consortium of Foundations 6 September , 2011 Brussels, Belgium 1
    • General OverviewI. Learning for Well-being Vision, Purpose, GoalsII. Learning for Well-being Consortium of FoundationsIII. Chronological review of the Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary consultationIV. PartneringV. Common Agenda - Collective Impact Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 2
    • Our Vision: Learning for Well-being A world in which people learn how to fully engage and express who they are as individuals, living in the present momentwhile developing, challenging and creating themselves for the future in relation to self, others and the environment. Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 3
    • I. Learning for Well-being PurposeTo inspire, engage and enable people to make all environments more conducive to Learning for Well-being of Children and Youth. Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 4
    • I. Learning for Well-being GoalsChildren and youth are more and more engaged, their voices areincreasingly heard, and they are participating actively in shaping policyimpacting their learning environments.Through acquiring values, attitudes and practices, more and more childrenand young people are willing and able to make sound choices that supporttheir well-being through their life journey.More and more children become aware of the unique and distinct ways inhow they learn, and develop (and adults listen to, encourage, and facilitateways to implement this awareness). Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 5
    • I. Learning for Well-being GoalsMore and more educators, parents, media and ICT, health and social careprofessionals understand the connection between well-being and learning,and contribute to making all environments more conducive to learning forwell-being.More and more youth organizations, governments and stakeholders frommultiple sectors partner with us in producing services and products tosustain our collective endeavour and integrate in their work our learningfor well-being approach. Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 6
    • General OverviewI. Learning for Well-being Vision, Purpose, GoalsII. Learning for Well-being Consortium of FoundationsIII. Chronological review of the Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary consultationIV. PartneringV. Common Agenda - Collective Impact Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 7
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    • II. Learning for Well-being Consortium of Foundations in Europe 9
    • General OverviewI. Learning for Well-being Vision, Purpose, GoalsII. Learning for Well-being Consortium of FoundationsIII. Chronological review of the Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary consultationIV. PartneringV. Common Agenda - Collective Impact Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 10
    • III. Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary Chronology• February 2010Professor Illona Kickbush commissioned to lead the process – supported bythe Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the Evens Foundation• November 2010Expert meeting (20 high-level experts) discusses first outline of the policyglossary supported by Guerrand Hermes Foundation for Peace• April 2011On-line distance review process for the first draft (currently closed)• May 2011European Foundations Centre’s annual conference – foundationsconsultation Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 11
    • III. Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary ChronologyJune 2011Learning for Well-being Youth Consultation was supported by Youthin Action and UEF Participating members Active Co. Wexford V.E.C. European Peer Training Fundacja Together Polska Organisation Youth Empowerment European Youth Forum Partnership Programme Intercultural Institute of European Patients Forum Timisoara OBESSU FDYS UNF IPPF EN LECS Juvente Power4Youth Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 12
    • III. Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary Chronology• September 2011Presentation for feedback of the Policy Glossary at European Parliament• November 2012Second Draft Consultation at 2 day OECD Expert Meeting on children’s well-being in partnership with the EU Social Affair division , UNICEF InnocentiCentre and the Learning for Well-being Consortium Foundation with thesupport of UEF and Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace• March 2012Agenda Setting Conference – Launch of Policy Glossary final edition with theL4WB NGO Alliance and L4WB Youth Movement – supported by the RobertBosch Foundation Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 13
    • General OverviewI. Learning for Well-being Vision, Purpose, GoalsII. Learning for Well-being Consortium of FoundationsIII. Chronological review of the Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary consultationIV. PartneringV. Common Agenda - Collective Impact Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 14
    • III. Learning for Well-being: Through Partnerships... 15
    • General OverviewI. Learning for Well-being Vision, Purpose, GoalsII. Learning for Well-being Consortium of FoundationsIII. Chronological review of the Learning for Well-being Policy Glossary consultationIV. PartneringV. Common Agenda - Collective Impact Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 16
    • V. Common Agenda – Collective Impact 1. Working to a common agenda 2. Developing shared measurement system and process 3. Developing mutually reinforcing activities 4. Continuous communication among partners Learning for Well-being A Policy Priority for Children and Youth in Europe – A Movement for Change 17
    • Societies begin to embrace thepractice of Learning for Well-being through all their environments and institutions 18
    • THANK YOUwww.learningforwellbeing.org 19