Using practice in Uganda as a case study, the workshop will examine a range of themes including:
- Community Development and the lived reality
- Community Development and sustainability
- Popular Education and Community Organising
Presenter: Dr Peter Westoby, University of Queensland
Date: Tuesday 24th May, 1pm to 3pm
Kay Polley, Lead Organiser, Together Creating Communities (TCC) - Wednesday 11th May 10.00 to 4.00 - Room 717 , Adam Smith Building, Bute Gardens, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8RT.
I would like to thank all of our subscribers for their support for CR&DALL during the last year and hope you all had a restful and enjoyable Holiday break. If you follow our Digest newsletters you will see that it was a busy year with some very notable successes that we hope will enhance the quality of research in adult education and improve opportunities for adults and their teachers.
A UK and Ireland consultation on the future shape of Youth and Community Work education, practice and sector development: 9.45 – 4.30 March 11, 2016, University of Glasgow School of Education, St Andrew’s Building, 11 Eldon Street, G3 6NH.
The DISCUSS project we will be hold a webinar next week, and below you will find a short description of the topic and how to register. The topic I hope may be of interest, but also the experience of seeing how a webinar works may be of interest and something that you might want to incorporate into your practice.
The Annual Conference is the high point of the UALL year, and we are pleased that our 2016 Conference will be held at Rewley House, University of Oxford. I am pleased to attach the outline Conference Programme together with the Call for Papers (deadline 30 November):
UNESCO invited around 100 partners, representing governments, civil society, universities and other stakeholders from around the world for a Global Meeting to discuss achievements made, and look into the way forward to cope with a situation where more than seven hundred millions youth and adults are denied the human right to literacy.
The ExReMet event on Friday, 24th July, 2015 proved there is a lot of concern, understanding and good practice happening throughout Europe on the issue of domestic abuse and violence against women. Partners in the Grundtvig collaboration from Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Scotland (UK) attended their last partnership meeting to share their work over the last two years with practitioners throughout Scotland. Over the two years the women from all six countries have designed and disseminated several products e.g.