Central Asian Education Platform. Juergen Weiss, Team leader Astana, 13 February 2013. Project Background (1). The EU launched in 2007 the “EU Central Asian Strategy
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Juergen Weiss, Team leaderAstana, 13 February 2013
The EU launched in 2007 the “EU Central Asian Strategy
for New Partnership”, aiming at the five Central Asian (CA) states, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
The EU’s Central Asia Strategy focuses on a number of priorities for cooperation (security, stability, rule of law, good governance, human rights, youth and education, environment and energy, security, and water management, etc.).
The Central Asian Education Platform (CAEP) is a key pillar of the European Education Initiative for Central Asia which is to
“contribute to the adaptation of education systems of Central Asian States to the needs to the globalised world” (Strategy, p.9) as well as the necessities of the region, economies and the societies in each particular country
Teacher education and training (TET)
Quality of VET & HE
Interaction of VET & HE