PRIA (Participatory Research in Asia) presents two days (1st and 2nd February 2018) of public theatre and engagement - YOUTHRA 2018.
The consultation seeks views on the independent review of student support in further and higher education in Scotland, chaired by Jayne-Anne Gadhia. The review and consultation takes place in the wider context of Scottish Government ambitions to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the post-16 learner journey and work on Widening Access.
Prof. Henry Brimmer, faculty member in Michigan State University’s Department of Advertising and Public Relations has developed an exciting program that brings students from around the world to collaboratively tackle an advertising issue generated by a business wishing to expand its reach to younger audiences.
The 54th Adult Learning Australia conference will be held on the 13–14 June 2017 in Hobart, Tasmania. Our conference is in partnership with LINC Tasmania and will explore the different ways lifelong learning changes lives.
The Concept Journal offers a lively independent forum for critical debate in contemporary Community Education.
Supporting Adult Education for a Sustainable Life Course: Asian and European perspectives on Education, Work and Citizenship
This Symposium jointly hosted by CR&DALL at the University of Glasgow and the Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies (LLakes), UCL Institute of Education, London on behalf of the ASEM LLL Hub has just successfully completed its first day with some 70 delegates from Asia and Europe.
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.
We are delighted to announce that researchers with the School of Education at the University of Glasgow are partners within a new project funded by the European Commission within the call of H2020-YOUNG-3-2015 Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies for growth and inclusion in Europe.
We have thepleasure of sending you a link to the online version of the seventh ASEMagazine titled “Lifelong Learning & Young People’s Engagement”, which can now be found on the ASEM LL Hub website.
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.
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