Generations Working Together have launched our Excellence Awards for 2022. Can you please share this information with your members and include it in your newsletters?
It gives me immense pleasure to cordially invite you to the 5th Martha Farrell Award Ceremony on November 20, on behalf of Martha Farrell Foundation, Participatory Research in Asia, and Rural Development Trust.
The International Longevity Centre in London holds an annual conference on The Future of Ageing. The 2021 conference will be held on 3 December. The UK Minister for Care and Mental Health, Gillian Keegan, will give the keynote address. These annual Future of Ageing conferences are very useful in updating developments in the transition towards a longevity society.
The AONTAS Lifelong Learning Event will take place online on the 24th of November between 9:30am-12:30pm. The event will focus on themes of educational equality, flexible learning and the role of adult learning in addressing and overcoming challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic and Professor Ellen Boeren of the School of Education will be a keynote speaker.
The workshop for the project “Remote Healthcare System for Diabetes Management” is a digital hands-on remotely delivered interactive session, with the purpose of disseminating the work on Diabetes management conducted by Dr. Qammer H. Abbasi (Project Principal investigator), Reader at James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, and the team at the, James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow (Muhammad Ali Imran, Hasan Abbas, Sajjad Hussain, Ahmed Zoha), the Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (Naveed Sattar, Professor of Metabolic Medicine) and Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) (Naveed ul Hassan (LUMS PI), Ali Hussain, Muhammad Farooq and Muhammad Omar).
I am forwarding this invitation to a Global Learning Festival event entitled Universities as Partners in Learning Cities and Communities. There will be a range of great speakers, commencing with Professor Bruce Wilson discussing the role of the university in community as part of a broader learning society. Then some diverse examples from Wolverhampton Learning Region, UK; Benin, Africa; and Wollongong, NSW.
Join the ASEF Capacity Building Workshop on Equitable Access and Success in Higher Education which takes place online, from 15 November to 17 December 2021. This is one of the spin-off activities based on the recommendations of the recently concluded 8th Regional Conference on Higher Education in Asia and Europe (ARC8).
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We are very pleased that the PASCAL Observatory and its Learning Cities Networks, with their European centre hosted by CR&DALL at the University of Glasgow, are partners in the 2021 Global Learning Festival being organised from 8-11 November by the cities of Wyndham and Melton in Australia. Many of the member cities of the LCN are making contributions, including Medellin, Taipei, Wolverhampton and of course Wyndham itself.
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