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You can find the  links to the most recent issues here:

Volume 52, No. 2 June 2017
Titre: The Influence of PISA on Education Policies
Guest Editors: Alain Michel and Xavier Pons

Volume 52, No.1 March 2017
Title : Higher education learning outcomes - transforming higher education ?
Guest Editors : Joakim Caspersen and Nicoline Frolich

Volume 51, No.4 December 2016
Title: Governance Dynamics in Complex Decentralised Education Systems
Guest Editors: Edith Hooge

Volume 51, No 3 September 2016
Title : Vocational Schooling and Social Exclusion in the Western Balkans
Guest Editors : Claire Gordon and Will Bartlett

Volume 51, No. 2 June 2016
Title: Adult Learning, Adult Skills and Innovation
Guest Editors: Richard Desjardins, Thomas Lans and Peer Ederer

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Learning for Well-being

The EIESP, through various projects and activities, promotes the vision of Learning for Well-being

Learning for Well-being and Inner Diversity

The EIESP is participating in a project entitled Potential4Life which aims to improve educational outcomes for secondary school age students in Europe by helping them to reflect on their individual learning styles. Learning for well-being suggests that well-being is a lifelong process that can be learned, and emphasises realising the unique potential of individuals and communities, and accepting individual differences as central to the experience of well-being.

Learning and well-being in schools and communities

In partnership with the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), EIESP has published a WISE Research Report on learning and well-being in schools and communities.   The Research Report explores how well-being is defined and measured in international contexts.  It features case studies on effective practice in communities and schools, and make recommendations for policy, and is available here. The project was led by Prof. Marwan Awartani and Janet Looney.

Case studies developed for the report are available here:

Learning for Well-being: A Policy Priority for Children and Young People in Europe 

The ‘Learning for Well-being; A Policy Priority for Children & Youth in Europe. A process for change' was successfully launched on 27 February 2012 during a conference in Brussels in the Palais des Academies. Please click here for more information.

The EIESP coordinated the secretariat of the former Learning for Well-being Consortium of Foundations from 2009-2013. You can read here the final Consortium Activity Report. Work & Activities of the Consortium can be accessed here