DVV International Newsletter June 2021

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DVV International Newsletter June 2021

The DVV International Newsletter Issue 2/2021 is featured below. It carries a wealth of important and practice-oriented information on current developments in the areas of ALE and LLL, especially where DVV International and its partners are involved. Additionally, it contains materials and documents with easy access.

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DVV International – Institut für Internationale Zusammenarbeit 
des Deutschen Volkshochschul-Verbandes e.V.
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Issue 2/2021
DVV International Newsletter
 
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES 
 
 
A global network has come together for the first time to develop and apply a joint definition and vision of Adult Learning and Education – ALE. The processes of change among the network and the partners were based on the three principles of organisation development, namely “involving, understanding, shaping”. 
Find out more!
 
Ravshan Baratov, Uwe Gartenschlaeger, Dr Thekla Kelbert
 
The World Conference on Adult Learning and Education, CONFINTEA VII, is around the corner. At the moment, DVV International is engaged in planning and implementing the sub-regional and regional events which are an integral preparatory part of CONFINTEA. Get an insight into the process in Central Asia! 
Learn more!
 
Ola Issa, Meike Woller
 
Institutions of Adult Learning and Education (IALE) need to have a deeper look at the quality of the services they render and the general direction and vision their organisation is following. The newly published Curriculum institutionALE supports them in this respect.
Browse through Curriculum institutionALE!
 
REGIONAL ACTIVITIES
 
David Harrington, Frauke Heinze
 
DVV International has created the platfrom "MOJA – Adult Learning and Education Africa". It is a place where adult education and learning professionals can easily communicate with each other so that the wider continent may benefit from a pan-African team of educators.
Discover MOJA!
 
Babur Bolsov, Dr Thekla Kelbert
 
DVV International in Central Asia has been implementing a cross-border project in 6 villages on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border with the main objective of contributing to peaceful relations and prevention of violent conflict in a region which has seen latent and open conflict.
Learn more about the project activities!
 
Dr Johann Heilmann
 
Since 2016, DVV International and the Lao Ministry of Education and Sports developed a Decree for Lifelong Learning. The decree was officially approved by the Prime Minister in 2020. The implementation has now gained new momentum through an inception workshop with the participation of UNESCO.
Read more about the workshop!
 
Dr Saïd Doukali
 
 
In the last two decades, the Moroccan penitentiary administration has undergone a profound reform of its legal and institutional framework. Against this background, DVV International and the Moroccan General Delegation for Prison Administration and Reinsertion began their cooperation on promoting adult education and lifelong learning within prisons.
Find out more!
 
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DVV International
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Responsible for the content according to § 55 Abs. 2 RStV: Christoph Jost, Director of DVV International
Concept and editing: Barbara Hust

DVV International is the Institute for International Cooperation of the Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V. (DVV), the German Adult Education Association. As the leading professional organisation in the field of adult education and development cooperation, DVV International has committed itself to supporting lifelong learning for 50 years. DVV International provides worldwide support for the establishment and development of sustainable structures for Youth and Adult Education.

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