The Next CR&DALL seminar will be held on 31st January at 1600 in Room 234, St Andrew’s Building, School of Education, University of Glasgow, 11 Eldon St, Glasgow G3 6NH. The presenter will be Dr Tiina Tambaum, Estonian Institute for Population Studies, Tallinn University. All are welcome. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. A summary of the research being presented is shown below with more detail in the attachment.
In 2023, ESREA networks* ELOA (Education and Learning of Older Adults) and ReNAdET (Adult Educators, Trainers and their Professional Development) are jointly organising the conference in Tallinn. Please save the dates. The conference, entitled, Educating and learning across the lifespan – adult educators and older learners perspectives.
CMAtlv, World Committee for Lifelong Learning in collaboration with the City of Trades of Paris La Villette – Universcience, and the Learning Planet Institute (formerly CRI) will be offering as a hybrid event, a conference/debate concerning Education for Sustainable Development at Amphi Painlevé, City of Science and Industry, 30 Av Corentin Cariou, 75019 Paris.
The next CR&DALL seminar will be held on 7 December at 1030 GMT in hybrid form at the University of Glasgow’s Advanced Research Centre, Room 5125 and online.
It is being led by Professor Robbie Guevara, President of the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), and is a reflection on UNESCO’s CONFINTEA VII conference in Morocco. We are very fortunate to get this opportunity to hear from Robbie, who is a very engaging speaker, bringing huge expertise to bear on the issues to be discussed.
I’m writing to let you know about our next seminar in our series on the social role of colleges. It will be zoom webinar. Our speaker is Professor Gareth Parry from the University of Sheffield, who will be speaking on the ‘Roles and Relations of Further Education Colleges in England. It will be held on Thursday November 10th at 10am Toronto time (3pm UK time). We will be recording it, so if you register but can’t come, we’ll send you the link to the recording a little later.