Tickets are now available for the Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults (SCUTREA) and the Universities Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL) to be held from June 6th - 9th 2022 hosted by the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Research & Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL).
As part of our series aimed at developing a roadmap for the enactment of the Yeonsu Declaration for Learning Cities, adopted at the fifth International Conference on Learning Cities (ICLC 5) in October 2021, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) and the UNESCO Chair on Global Health and Education invite you to the first webinar of our webinar series entitled ‘Lifelong Learning for health: Enacting the Yeonsu Declaration for Learning Cities’ which will take place on Wednesday, 1 June 2022, and to participate in a unique opportunity to engage in Lifelong Learning for Health (LLLH) policy discussions on an international and multi-sectoral platform.
Our next CR&DALL event on 23rd May from 1200-1400 is entitled ‘Becoming an academic: intersections of gender, class, and race’ with presentations by Prof Marie-Pierre Moreau, Anglia Ruskin University, Dr Kate Hoskins, Brunel University and Dr Ellen McHugh, Brunel University.
This PASCAL International Members Association (PIMA) webinar builds on the previous March 2022 session where participants worked in small groups to share ideas and experiences of effective climate justice education (CJE). This webinar continues to explore CJE, this time, using the power of creative expression and arts which can create spaces of imagination, hope, and even healing. Working in small groups, we will use a storywork and métissage approach, a form of creative engagement that combines and weaves together individual stories into a collective narrative.
While a great deal of the discussion of Open Research focuses on Sciences, Technology or Medicine subject areas, there is just as much opportunity for Social Science & Humanities researchers to see benefits from being more open with their research process.