Wyndham & Melton City Councils (Melbourne, Australia) are hosting a Global Virtual Learning Festival in September 2020 and invite you to be a part of this exciting initiative! A global learning festival will unite learning communities across the world as we all face the challenges of COVID-19.
The Little Things project is led by the Farnham Street Neighbourhood Learning Centre in partnership with Meaningful Ageing Australia.
The Little Things project is an evidence-based training kit on intercultural communication built on authentic interactions between highly skilled PCAs from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) backgrounds and older people who are accessing aged care.
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), with DVV International and the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), cordially invite you to two webinars on Enhancing national capacities for monitoring adult learning and education - Africa in support of the data collection process for the upcoming Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE 5).
We, as adult educators, responded to the multiple crises we faced. We, as adult educators, identified the crises as an opportunity to advance our own work. And now… how do we harvest the fruits of these crises and make our communities and leaders recognise and value the role of adult learning and education in what has been described as the ‘new’ normal?
We live in exceptional times. All over the world governments, higher education institutions and other organizations are figuring out how to organize our society in the post-pandemic period. What can we learn from COVID-19, what are the opportunities, and what are the pitfalls in deciding how to organize our future society. To be able to do this a good analysis is necessary. COVID-19 brought many challenges. EAN, which focuses on widening participation, is one of those organizations.