The conference was organized by the Learning for well-being Consortium of Foundations, in partnership with Eurochild, the European Foundation Centre and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
The conference aimed to promote a holistic learning experience, with active engagement of participants and launched/discussed a new policy glossary and underlying principles of learning for well-being, as part of an attempt to broaden and mainstream the campaign. You can access details on the conference and campaign and the policy glossary. The key components of the learning for well-being framework are: 1) building on each child’s unique potential, 2) respect for inner diversity 3) focus on nature and quality of relationships, 4) participation of children and youth 5) consider the whole person, process and system. For more information contact Jana Hainsworth, Secretary General of Eurochild – firstname.lastname@example.org or Sian Jones, email@example.com