Throughout Islamic history, various cities have served as flourishing centres of learning, contributing significantly to intellectual, scientific, and cultural advancements. While the historical periods of peak intellectual activity may have passed and traditional centres of Islamic learning faced challenges and declines, efforts are ongoing to revitalize and preserve the rich intellectual heritage of these cities.
The next and 3rd Leverhulme Lecture from Professor Nematollah Azizi, University of Kurdistan, Iran and Visiting Leverhulme Professor at the University of Glasgow, entitled, A Reflection on the Philosophical Foundation of Islamic Leadership will be held on Tuesday, 5th December 2023, at 7.00 pm at the Multi-Faith Centre, University of Derby. Kedleston Road, Derby, DE22 1GB, UK.
You are invited to attend our Work and Learning / CERS Seminar and Q&A: Initiating change: A Degree Apprenticeship for the Creative Industries with Dr Tim Riley.
The International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) was founded in 1973 after a group of colleagues like Roby Kidd from Canada, Paul Mhaiki from Tanzania, Helmuth Dolff from Germany and Paul Bertelson from UNESCO headquarters had met a year before for CONFINTEA III in Tokyo. They agreed to work towards a global civil society based organisation bringing national and regional associations in adult learning and education together.
PIMA Network cordially invites you to attend its special webinar on the challenging aspects of skills development in an era of uncertainties and crisis. Distinguished experts, researchers of skills policies, development, and adult and lifelong learning will provide keynote presentations to be followed by short reflections and questions with answers.
The Gendered Journeys project is an interdisciplinary, international mixed-methods project that explored gendered inequalities in India, Rwanda, and the UK using online surveys, interviews, and eco-mapping techniques to address persistent and growing gender gaps in STEM study and working, particularly in global south contexts. The team has engaged in a wide range of impact and outreach activities, including eco and network mapping activities at ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, ARCadia festival, Open house for the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) 2023 as well as Reimagining the Contemporary in Indian Education Conference held at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India.
A new PIMA (PASCAL International Members Association) Bulletin on Climate Justice Education is now published. This Bulletin grew out of the conversations within the PIMA Bulletin Number 48, January 2023 January 2023 Bulletin TOC | PIMA Network where we began to (re)envision relations between humans and the more-than-human world from different vantage points.
Abertay University is delighted to announce a partnership with SCAPP (Scotland’s Community of Access and Participation Practitioners). SCAPP provides a practitioners’ network to support the development and professionalisation of a strong widening access and participation community in Scotland and by doing this embed, enhance and support effective practice. SCAPP encourages and coordinates the sharing of best practice and policy developments that impacts students from underrepresented backgrounds in tertiary education.
On Thursday, 19th October 2023, Swansea University hosted a Leverhulme Lecture titled “Pedagogical Capabilities in Islam to Create, Maintain and Develop Justice-oriented Learning Cities”. The lecture was presented by Nematollah Azizi, a Leverhulme Professor at the University of Glasgow and a faculty member at the University of Kurdistan in Iran. This visit was organized by Swansea University, along the International PASCAL Observatory collaboration, where Swansea Learning City and Swansea University are active members and were happy to host Professor Azizi as their guest from their partner University of Glasgow. The lecture by Professor Azizi aimed to explore the role of Islamic pedagogical capabilities in creating and maintaining justice-oriented learning cities.
Tudásmenedzsment (Knowledge Management) is a peer-reviewed journal of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary. Tudásmenedzsment is published twice a year in Hungarian language. The journal publishes an English-German language special issue once a year.
The first ever Seminar in Global Adult Education by the UNESCO Chair in Global Adult Education of the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education was successfully held on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 November, 2023. There were presentations from Canada, Italy, Kenya, Palestine and Spain/Catalonia.
The International Journal of Lifelong Education is currently recruiting for a Book Review Editor Role. This role is a great opportunity for an academic with a strong research background in the lifelong education and learning of adults and who also has the commitment, drive and ability to help develop the journal.
The ASEM LLL Hub is delighted to invite you to the 5th VPL Biennale: ‘People, validation and power: democracy in action?’ co-hosted by Ireland, Canada and the United States, with the support of co-organisers across the EU.
The upcoming 5th Conference of the ESREA Network on Policy Studies in Adult Education, a pivotal event that underscores our commitment to the promotion of the right to education, fostering equality of access and success in education, social justice, the sharing of knowledge among diverse participants of different kinds of offers and social and economic situations, and the freedom of thinking and learning.
We’d like to welcome each you to the next BALID Informal Literacy Discussion on 14 November 2023 at 1300 - 1430 GMT (see attached flyer).