Latest News & Events

The purpose of this section is to provide a guide to CR&DALL events and activities and to provide information on these and on events and issues relevant to the field of lifelong learning and adult and continuing education in general. This latter service is provided to assist exchange of information and discussion of issues amongst colleagues in the field; it does not purport to be an exhaustive reference to the canon. Please note also that CR&DALL cannot be responsible for the accuracy of information provided to us by outside bodies. Further information about the event or activity should be sought from the contacts given in that section as this is likely to be the sum total of information provided to us.
Thursday, 17 March, 2022 - 10:45

We are looking for a Research Associate for the  “Protecting Minority Ethnic Communities Online” (PRIME) project (£3.34M) funded by the UKRI’s Strategic Priority Fund at the University of Glasgow.

Thursday, 10 March, 2022 - 11:30

CR&DALL is pleased (and saddened) to update subscribers on the situation on the ground in Ukraine from the perspective of DVV’s representative in Kyiv, Oleg Smirnov. He sent on 9 March the photos and video below, and a key message statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also featured below. We wish him and the people of Ukraine our support and hope for a speedy end to the conflict there.

Thursday, 10 March, 2022 - 10:30

The 2022 FACE Conference which is being organised and delivered by Widening Participation and Social Mobility at the University of Southampton. Situated in the centre of the South Coast, Southampton is a diverse city with a rich cultural history.

Thursday, 8 July, 2021 - 10:30

I am pleased to share with you in this newsletter the Medium-Term Strategy 2022–2029 of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL). Finalized at the midpoint of the Education 2030 Agenda, the strategy underlines the role of lifelong learning for meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals and explains how UIL will further strengthen the capacities of Member States to build effective and inclusive lifelong learning policies and systems.

Friday, 4 March, 2022 - 17:15

The University of Glasgow-led programme, GALLANT, will help the city move towards climate resilience whilst tackling health, social and economic inequalities

It will focus on capturing greenhouse gases in formerly derelict land, improve biodiversity, value riverbanks as community spaces, promote active travel and create energy solutions

Researchers will work with Glasgow City Council, community groups, and partners to enable the city to meet its 2030 net zero target.

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