GoodHabitz & Council of Europe
Improving the lives of all European citizens. This is the aim of the Council of Europe, the continent's leading human rights organisation. To achieve its mission, the international organisation places great importance on the development of its staff. As part of its new global strategy, the human rights overseer has undertaken to move from a push to a pull learning culture, putting the learner back at the centre of the learning process. Why this change of strategy and how did they achieve it? What role did GoodHabitz play in the development of a learning culture within the Council of Europe?