While the COVID-19 pandemic further challenges people and education systems in many countries worldwide, others are entering into the recovery phase. The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) continues to provide expertise in how to ensure education for everyone during the pandemic and on how to make use of the learnings of this crisis.
We do this by means of webinars organized together with UNESCO learning cities, the publication of issue notes on topics such as open distance or family learning, and through direct advice to individual governments.
In addition, a focus of our regular programme activities has been on preparations for the fifth UNESCO Global Report on Adult Learning and Education as well as for the next International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA) in Morocco in 2022. You will find further information about these and further initiatives in this newsletter.
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