An international evening of dinner and stories from Africa and India. Win great raffle prizes and find out more about our development projects in Malawi and India and how to get involved!
You are invited to attend a seminar on ‘Investigating Links in Achievement and Deprivation- the ILiAD project in Northern Ireland: is there a similar pattern in Scotland?’ from 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm on Thursday 8 May 2014, room to be confirmed in the St Andrew’s Building at the University of Glasgow.
The Talloires Network enjoys a high profile and is among the several national and international bodies encouraging universities worldwide to adopt a more centrally-focussed universities' 'third mission' commitment to community service in its different senses and settings.
An important publication as part of the GUNi Series on the Social Commitment of Universities, this Palgrave Global University Network for Innovation publication is launched by an eminent group of speakers in a seminar chaired by Professor John Briggs, Vice-Principal (Senate Office), University of Glasgow. Refreshments, discount flyers and an inspection copy will be available at the meeting. All welcome. No fee but prior registration required.
Concerns about men’s attitudes to and involvement in lifelong and life-wide learning have recently emerged in many countries. There is a growing interest in finding ways to increase men’s participation and promote practices that will contribute to men’s learning and wellbeing, particularly in contexts and life stages for men beyond paid work.
In Siliguri (West Bengal), Chandigarh (Punjab) and Delhi during the period 3-7 March 2014, PASCAL Director Mike Osborne was very pleased to be part of three events concerned with strengthening community engagement in HE in India.
This timely workshop - of interest and significance to those in the general sphere of education as well as to those attempting to struggle directly with the machinations of modern-day economic survival - offers three separate approaches from thinkers in the field and then opens out the deliberations for discussion of the themes raised.
Cette grande idée, condition pour l’équité, la paix et le progrès, fait consensus. Cependant la réalité est loin de l’idéal. D’où viennent les écarts ? Quels sont les freins et les facteurs de réussite, quels sont les préalables ? Où sont les leviers? Qui peut quoi pour qui ? Quelles sont les grandes voies sur lesquelles nous avons à conjuguer les expériences et nos réflexions afin de dynamiser notre action vers un but commun, dans l’heureuse union de nos complémentarités?
The 11th International Workshop on Higher Education Reform will take place from August 25 to 27, 2014 at Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland (Canada). As part of the ongoing discussion about changes in Higher Education (HE) and HE reform, the Workshop will focus on issues concerning the most important target group and resource of HE students.
The CICE is an international refereed conference dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in education. The CICE promotes collaborative excellence between academicians and professionals from Education.
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