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Minds Wide Open

Prof. Henry Brimmer, faculty member in Michigan State University’s Department of Advertising and Public Relations has developed an exciting program that brings students from around the world to collaboratively tackle an advertising issue generated by a business wishing to expand its reach to younger audiences.

ASEM LLL Hub Symposium in Glasgow

Supporting Adult Education for a Sustainable Life Course: Asian and European perspectives on Education, Work and Citizenship

This Symposium jointly hosted by CR&DALL at the University of Glasgow and the Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies (LLakes), UCL Institute of Education, London on behalf of the ASEM LLL Hub has just successfully completed its first day with some 70 delegates from Asia and Europe.

CR&DALL Themes: 

International Literacy Day 2015: Literacy and Sustainable Societies

UNESCO invited around 100 partners, representing governments, civil society, universities and other stakeholders from around the world for a Global Meeting to discuss achievements made, and look into the way forward to cope with a situation where more than seven hundred millions youth and adults are denied the human right to literacy.

CR&DALL Themes: 

University of Glasgow - MSc in Youth People, Social Inclusion and Change/MSc in Youth Studies

At the University of Glasgow the MSc in Young People, Social Inclusion and Change (MSc in Youth Studies) programme is recruiting students fast and there are only a few places left for 2015/16. Youth is now a hot topic internationally and this is being reflected in the increase in the numbers of students, both recently graduated and those already working in the field, wanting to pursue their studies and develop their careers in this area of work.

Glasgow - the Nurturing City

We hear of a lot of city titles, and CR&DALL susbcribers may be interested in one of the titles used here in Glasgow - the Nurturing City. I attach my own report to the city's Children and Families Policy Development Committee, and a report of research undertaken by the University of Stirling. I look forward to your comments.

Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education, Glasgow City Council

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