You are invited to submit information for the next edition of the Newsletter for European Research in Learning and Work [L&W], due to appear at the beginning of August 2020.
Welcome to our second issue of Quest for 2020 which features stories about the impact of adult learning programs from around Australia.
In the light of continuing restrictions in the UK and abroad because of the global pandemic and the uncertainty in terms of when any restrictions will be lifted, we have taken the decision to postpone HER2020 until Autumn (Aug/Sept) 2021.
The planned project aims to collect a number of articles from different countries of the world, describing best practice in financing of popular (community, liberal) education from public sources. Examples from Germany, Scandinavian countries, South Korea, Japan etc., but also good examples from developing countries should demonstrate financing mechanisms and the logic behind, based on which public funding is granted for the third ALE domain of popular (community, liberal) education and active citizenship.
While the COVID-19 pandemic further challenges people and education systems in many countries worldwide, others are entering into the recovery phase. The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) continues to provide expertise in how to ensure education for everyone during the pandemic and on how to make use of the learnings of this crisis.