IROHLA project wins adult education award

IrohlaIROHLA, an EU project on health literacy of older people in which AGE is partner, has won the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015 under the European project category for having “demonstrated the wider benefits of adult learning, including its impact on health.”

EAEA Award2015Each year, since the EAEA Grundtvig Award was launched in 2003, the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) has awarded outstanding transnational adult education and learning projects that tackle health and well-being through adult education.

Read more on this award on IROHLA website

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