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Just4All Project: Bridging Adult Education and Just Transition

Just4All Project: Bridging Adult Education and Just Transition

With climate change and green transition plans shaping the foreseeable future, ensuring a socially just transition is of utmost importance. This is where Just4All aims to make the biggest contribution. 

An EU-funded project is set to revolutionise adult education by bridging it with the principles of a just transition. With its ambitious plans and comprehensive approach, Just4All is poised to make a significant impact on the lives of marginalised communities across Europe. The cornerstone of the project lies in its collection of 50 exemplary practices focused on adult education and just transition between March and May this year.

These practices span a diverse range, from advocacy activities to educational methodologies, all aimed at empowering women, migrants, and adults with low formal qualifications. Through this collection, Just4All aims to raise awareness, improve rights, and enable a socially just transition through education.

In total the project will collect 50 good practices, 40 of which will be deduced from the four partner countries: Cyprus, France, Ireland, and Sweden, and an additional ten practices will have a regional dimension, disseminated at the EU level. These practices will serve as blueprints for educators, civil society organisations, and policymakers alike, informing more inclusive just transition policies in line with the European Pillar of Social Rights.

But Just4All’s ambitions don’t stop there. Alongside the collection of good practices, the project will also develop four research papers and a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), furthering its commitment to empowering communities through education. By reviewing EU just transition policies and regulations and developing a range of resources and learning tools, Just4All will certainly advocate and educate for a transformative shift towards a more equitable and sustainable future.

For those seeking further information or wishing to get involved, contact Majda Richer at or visit the project’s page on

This project has received funding from the European Union under the Call: Social innovations for a fair green and digital transition (ESF-2022-SOC-INNOV) and the Grant Agreement N° 101102471.

Target Groups

Professionals, Adults, Migrants, Policy makers, VET professionals, Adult educators, Disadvantaged

Education Level

VET, Adult education, Professional education