Quality Learning

    Education is the core of a well-functioning society, but haven’t we all either heard of how flawed the education system is, or even been a part of it?

    Forming active members of society, open-minded and informed youth and eventually, qualified employees all comes down to education. The first step towards this ideal is guaranteeing equal and universal access to life-long, quality learning. This means a system that can use non-formal education and focuses on transferable skills: the development of interpersonal and intercultural skills, solid knowledge of finances, politics, democracy and human rights, health education, critical and analytical thinking; achieved through interactive student-centered methods.