Key competences for Life Long Learning, Council recommendations fail to recognise social and humanities skills

Allocate equal importance to skills and competences in the fields of social sciences and humanities from an early age is essential for educating the next generation of European citizens. Critical thinking, social inclusion, democratic philosophy, creative and free expression of ideas are fundamental skills for generations subject to fast social and economic transformations. EASSH supports EUA statement on amending the recommendations of the Council about the revision of the LifeLong Learning key competence. See EUA statement here