The project will provide a framework for competencies, reflection and tools in order to attract greater notice to biographies and story management in the sphere of adult education. The approach is trans-disciplinary and builds on narrative theory in psychology, cognition theory, theology, and sociology. However, it also exploits concepts from management, marketing and strategy development. The web-based handbook will assemble the produced documents, stories, narrative patterns and interventions. Stories create a sense of community; as a narrative identity, the history of the Ewill emerge from the stories told by members of the EU in the framework of the partnership.