This guest lecture, co-hosted by SHLC and CR&DALL, Nilanjana Bhattacharjee will present a Participatory Action Research conducted by Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), New Delhi on the lived experiences of women sanitation workers in the informal settlements of Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh), Ajmer (Rajasthan) and Muzaffarpur (Bihar) in India.
We are excited to announce that on Monday 9th December, King’s College London is kindly hosting the Brian Street Memorial Lecture and Conference in honour of our late President. This is a FREE all-day conference (10am-4.15pm), and our special guest speaker Professor David Bloome of Ohio State University will speak on ‘Adaptation and Imagination in Literacy’. The programme will include cameo presentations by current PhD students, plus ample opportunity for discussion and sharing. It will end with calls for action in the context of the SDGs and literacy.
Please find featured below and attached the Spring 2019 issue of the newsletter Ripples, from the Australian Learning Communities Network (ALCN):
What is happening around lifelong learning these days? How are countries making lifelong learning a reality? What are the latest developments in policy and practice? This is issue No 14, 16 September 2019, of the UIL Lifelong Learning Alert.
The draft National Education Policy (NEP) of India has many important suggestions to make higher education more purposive towards enabling India to achieve its constitutional vision and future aspirations. On the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, for Dr Rajesh Tandon, UNESCO Co-Chair in Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, the draft NEP must be informed by Gandhi’s vision for higher education in India.