Adult education is transformative and can break the cycle of disadvantage. Through education people can develop the skills and knowledge they need to engage in meaningful work; to participate fully as a citizen in a vibrant democracy; to live in harmony in a diverse, multicultural and rapidly changing society; to manage their health and wellbeing and live fulfilled and meaningful lives.
We would like to invite you to the VINCE Final Learning Symposium. We will discuss with key invited speakers how to improve access to higher education for newcomers and refugees through validation procedures, and present real success cases. Here you have a programme of the event. Participation is open and free, but you must register.
100 years of radical Adult Education in Scotland: Building hope for the future sponsored by the Lippman Miliband Trust with the University of Stirling, a free all-day conference event for political activists & adult educators; all welcome.
Higher Education in Zimbabwe has expanded phenomenally since the attainment of political independence in 1980. Most of the growth took place from the mid-1990’s, during the period when the World Bank and international development agents were advocating for basic and primary education rather than higher education.
We are pleased to invite you to the II Open Debate with the GUNi expert group on SDGs and Higher Education and the presentation of its second publication "Implementing SDGs at Higher Education Institutions: Challenges and Responses" on the 4th October 2019 in Barcelona (Sala Verdaguer, Ateneu Barcelonès - Carrer de la Canuda, 6 - Barcelona).