We are pleased to announce the release of the Call for Papers for the International Bilingual Conference on Lifelong Learning: the State of the Art to be held in Cotonou, Benin from the 2nd to the 4th of June 2021 at the Golden Tulipe-Hôtel Le Diplomate.
You are invited to the second PASCAL/UIL webinar in the series - Learning Cities’ COVID-19 recovery: from research to practice.
This webinar involves cities from Korea, Mexico and Rwanda.
Professor John Field, University of Stirling, has written an article on the position of lifelong learning during the pandemic for Inside Government. He explores how in a time of struggle, adult learning is booming as many are using this time to learn new skills.
On Tuesday, 7 July from 11:00 to 12:00 CET, eucen is organising a webinar in the context of the MAGNET project. We will share the key findings on the state of play of migrant entrepreneruship support in Europe and present the main outcomes and future events organised by the MAGNET project.
The University of Nottingham is hosting a webinar, 'What role should universities have in educating adults?', on Tuesday 7th July, discussing the role of universities have in educating adults.
Hosted under the Croatian and the German Presidencies of the EU in cooperation with the European Commission, the joint online Cedefop-ETF conference, on 30 June and 1 July, will review the achievements in European cooperation in vocational education and training (VET) between 2015 and 20.
An invitation from Alexandre GINOYER, President of the World Committee for Life Long Learning (CMA), to join and participate in his organisation.
This free webinar, hosted by the Forum for Access and Continuing Education (FACE) and chaired by Professor John Storan, will focus on Access to HE for mature and part-time learners. Ann-Marie Karadia and John Butcher will consider and explore the impact and implications that the pandemic is having and will continue to have for mature and part-time learners and their access to higher education opportunities.
COVID-19 has left 8.4 million people on furlough in the UK and with the threat of a recession looming, it is vital that investment is made in adult learning to upskill individuals and mitigate the number of people left unemployed.
As such, I just want to make you aware of our LifeLong Learning event, which will offer key insights into how you can develop effective training programmes and create a multi-skilled workforce in line with a changing labour market.
We are pleased to announce a new essay competition for our Cultural Relations Collection – a series that explores British Council contexts and case studies to reflect on the theory and practice of international cultural relations more broadly.
We see every child and adult fulfilling their unique potential in a fair world with access to education, health and welfare and full participation in society.
Let’s get there together through ACT2gether, where we are advocating as part of an international social movement that promotes and supports partnership between generations — children and adults.
The 2020 Higher Education Reform Conference (HER2020) | Sustainable Development Goals: Their potential and relevance for higher education policy and reform: As part of the ongoing COVID-19 global crisis we are continuing to monitor the situation and while we are starting to see limited relaxation of restrictions in some countries, travel restrictions generally remain in place and it is unclear when and if normal service in relation to conference travel will resume. We are still considering the option to go ‘virtual’ and we are looking into the logistics of that for the Autumn. Moreover, we would encourage you to still submit your abstracts.
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) and PASCAL International Observatory cordially invite you to the first joint webinar within a series of five on “Learning Cities: COVID-19 recovery, from research to practice”, to be held on 17 June at 1300 CET, and builds on the work of the 4th International Conference on Learning Cities. The webinar will focus on the challenge of inclusion in learning cities.
Here is the first issue of the Céreq International Mission's publication In and Around. Since 1971, the Céreq has produced studies and research to help professionals, decision-makers, social partners, and, more broadly, all those involved in training, work, and employment.
The Céreq is a public institution under the supervision of the Ministry responsible for Education and the Ministry responsible for Labour and Employment in France.