Please join us this Friday, 16th January at 3:00pm for a seminar with Prof Peter Brandon, an internationally recognised expert on welfare policy and social demography.
Under scrutiny in the papers of the first issue of the 2014 volume of Andragogy and Cultural Theory are again the cultural contexts, with a special focus on the interrelatedness of the individual and the community.
Public museums and art galleries have been in existence for centuries, and have become ubiquitous features of national landscapes worldwide. In the United Kingdom (UK) there are an estimated 2000 such institutions, and over 250 in the Canadian province of Ontario alone.
This briefing will give you an in-depth look at the steps being taken to tackle poverty and develop income equality across Scotland. Benefit from informed debate and discussion and take advantage of a platform to learn and to share best practice solutions for delivering a socially inclusive Scotland.
Presented by Professor Carmel Borg (University of Malta), the seminar will blend theoretical insights into the meaning of authentic dialogues with practical and experiential knowledge regarding the limits and possibilities of such dialogues.
Lorna Wanosts’a Williams will share what she has learned from carrying out the work of maintaining and revitalizing Indigenous languages and cultures in the communities and the academy in Canada and how these learnings can resonate in the world.
This workshop draws links between contemporary conceptions of cities and learning to those from antiquity. This event is part of the research project Gaza: Tradition and Leadership in a Learning City, funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE Arts & Humanities Research Workshops 2014):
We would like to invite you to join us at a special event to explore the findings of the ESRC project Higher Education in Scotland, the Devolution Settlement and the Referendum on Independence, part of the ESRC Future of the UK and Scotland programme, to be held at the University of Edinburgh on 24th June between 2:00 and 4:30pm.
The seminar will present the findings from the three strands of the project and will provide a chance for further discussion of the implications for the future of higher education in Scotland.
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!
CR&DALL is a member of the Scotland-Malawi Partnership and we are happy to forward mailings and notices from the Partnership. Two recent information mailings are attached here and notice of an upcoming event is to be found in the Events list.
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University of Glasgow
Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL)
University of Glasgow, St. Andrew's Building, 11 Eldon Street, Glasgow G3 6NH, Scotland
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