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We are very pleased that the PASCAL Observatory and its Learning Cities Networks, with their European centre hosted by CR&DALL at the University of Glasgow, are partners in the 2021 Global Learning Festival being organised from 8-11 November by the cities of Wyndham and Melton in Australia. Many of the member cities of the LCN are making contributions, including Medellin, Taipei, Wolverhampton and of course Wyndham itself.
The Adult Education in Global Times conference will take place 3-6 June 2021. Originally scheduled for June 2020 at the University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver, the event will now happen online. The conference hosts presentations from active adult education scholars across the world including a number of researchers from CR&DALL.
This event is set out to explore and contribute to themes surrounding equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). There will be key speakers to bring EDI into focus, brief presentations, and a final EDI panel discussion.
Gender in STEM and beyond: the implications of precarity in the academic workforce for gender diversity in STEM fields with Barbara Read, CR&DALL core member. This webinar will take place on June 22nd, 13:00-14:00 as part of the School of Education’s Education Leadership and Policy Series.
The Low and Middle Income (LMIC) Research Network at the University of Glasgow/College and Social Sciences is pleased to be working with CR&DALL and we warmly invite you to participate in our workshop Doing Knowledge Exchange during the COVID 19 pandemic – What lessons have we learnt?
Nic Dickson, part-time PhD student with the School of Education, has been shortlisted to represent the University of Glasgow at the Universitas 21 (U21) RISE (Real Impact on Society and Environment) awards.
This briefing paper explores the adapted version of online participatory mapping, the challenges, and benefits, as well as some preliminary findings of engaging in this process.
We aim to showcase that mapping cultural and nonformal education activities represents an opportunity to locate current resources and infrastructure at community level to promote peacebuilding.
You are invited to joins us as we #ChooseToChallenge gendered inequalities in higher education and lifelong learning transitions.
Join us for the fourth of five exciting events that focus on key issues in educational research. The focus of this webinar is research at intersections between culture, literacies, inclusion, and pedagogy, notably in regions of conflict, and through a focus on the arts, children's literature, and literacies.
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Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL)
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