The European Institute of Outdoor Adventure Education and Experiential Learning (EOE)

The organisation functions with the support of the European Community budget line “Support for international non-governmental youth organisations”

Founded in 1996 the European Institute is a non-governmental association registered at the magistrates` court of Marburg in Germany.
In Europe the organisation has 345individual members and 82 organisations from 23 countries. (January 2006)

Its purposes are as follows:

- Development of an European Network between youngsters, social and youth workers, teachers, educators, academics and students concerning Outdoor Adventure Education and Experiential Learning

- Realisation of projects especially youth projects in the field of Outdoor Adventure Education and Experiential Learning

- Organisation of European Conferences

- Distribution of Information

- Research on the theory of Outdoor Adventure Education to promote the quality of practice

- Implementation of research projects and best practices

- Development of professional standards

“The opinions expressed by the organisation do not necessarily reflect the position of the European Community, nor does it involve any responsibility on its part.”

For more detailed information we invite you to read our Statute and Statement of Intent or contact our office: EOE Miss Ina Stan: Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, Kingshill Road, HIgh Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 5BB, United Kingdom. Tel 0044 1494 522141 Ext 4044; Fax: 0044 1494 465432; Email: istan01@bcuc.ac.uk


Text derived from http://www.eoe-network.org/European%20InstituteOE.htm on 21.05.07.



Non-Formal Education Project (final report completed 2006)

“The overall aim of this project is to bring together experts in the field of social development and change, educators, social workers, outdoor facilitators, youth from youth organisations and researchers in order to create a Non-Formal Educational Framework (NFEF) which, constitutes the main element of a European Training Centre of Excellence within the European Institute of Outdoor Adventure Education and Experiential Learning (EOE)” (text derived from http://www.nfe-network.org/B_NFE_Project.htm on 21.05.07).
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