Even if ambitious 2030 targets were attained, Sofia Fernandes writes, learning mobility would still be a minority privilege.
In France the debate is moving from longer to better working lives, Sofia Fernandes writes, but this is a Europe-wide challenge.
Learning to learn must be embedded in working life, Sofia Fernandes writes, if the EU is to meet social and economic goals.
There was a time when education and training were for life. But amid today’s social transformations only lifelong learning will do.
The pandemic has proved not to be an equal-opportunity destroyer of economic and social wellbeing.