Member projects

These are Nordic or European projects where DAEA member organisations - or members of these organisations - are active. (All DAEA member organisations cover local organisations all over Denmark.)


Nordic projects 2012-14 (Nordplus)

PilDASK - Digital Evening Schools in Scandinavia

The aim of the project is development of a new training concept to be used for training and instructing representatives of professions in which creativity is an essential component of their work and for other people who are interested in developing their creativity to add to their innovative and creative thinking.

PilNew and old democracies

A thematic network, focusing on the strategies and didactics in special needs education of young adults in the Nordic countries. The project focusses on new research and evidence based strategies.


European projects 2012-14 (Grundtvig)

PilThe cultural caleidoscope

The aim is to promote cultural awareness, exchange and synergy across generations, cultures and nationalities. Through the partnership Europeans are encouraged to learn about other traditions, tangible and intangible cultural heritage and to (re)discover their own identity. The project is inspired by the thinking behind active aging in accordance with the 2012 "European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations".

PilAdult learning as tool for inclusion in the modern society

The fundamental questions of the present project are: How can adult education support individuals to keep their status inside society or to reach a new and better status in society? Based on our hypothesis that identity in progress is the key to inclusion or exclusion in European societies the project aims at giving uprooted people the means and skills to get included into society.

PilThinking outside of the box

This project focuses on how to teach creative thinking to adult learners in order to facilitate their adaptation to the rapid changes of the labour market, foster enterpreneurship and help disadvantaged groups, like young graduates, unemployed people, elderly or already retired people (aged 60+), immigrants and handicapped people.



PilBridge to a better future

Most people with low education level know very well that education is the key to social and economic progress, and yet they often avoid participation in educational activities. How to motivate this target group?