Adult, Vocational and Community-based Learning

YOUNG_ADULLLT

YOUNG_ADULLLT is designed as a mixed-method comparative study on Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom and focuses on LLL policies for young adults – particularly those in ‘vulnerable’ positions – with the aim to critically analyse current developments of LLL policies in Europe. It is funded within the EC's Horizon 2020 programme within SSH - Young 3, and is led by the University of Münster in Germany. 

Research Associate: Educational Disadvantage and Place, School of Education/Urban Big Data Centre, University of Glasgow

Job Purpose: To make a leading contribution to the project Educational Disadvantage and Place within the Education programme of the ESRC-funded Urban Big Data Centre. Specifically, the job requires expert knowledge in the area of educational disadvantage and/or urban neighbourhoods, and strong proven skills in the quantitative analysis of large data sets.

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Men's Sheds in Glasgow - October 2016

Men's Sheds in Glasgow - October 2016

On 13 October 2016, CR&DALL was very pleased to host an event concerned with the Men's Sheds movement internationally, the programme for which can be found at this link. With some 70+ attendees, there was lively discussion led by speakers from Australia, Ireland and Scotland, and much media coverage, linked to some of which are listed below.

LISTEN: Are you a Glasgow 'Shedder'? (Web) Clyde2.com - 13/10/2016

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Adult learning, mental health, community connections - ACE news 17 Oct 2016

What role can adult and community education play in improving community health and wellbeing? What partnerships can we develop to better participate in mental health reform? These are just some of the issues covered in this week's news round up.

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