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Registration in now open for Higher Education Reform 2023 hosted by CR&DALL at the University of Glasgow from 21-23 June 2023. Please visit this website for more details. The theme of the conference is the "Sustainable Development Goals: Their potential and relevance for higher education policy and reform", and we are delighted to welcome five world-leading keynote speakers: Dr.

We cordially invite CR&DALL subscribers to the celebration of the 10th Adult Education Academy on February 14, 2023 in Würzburg. We are very pleased that we were able to announce Professor Rita Süssmuth as our keynote speaker.

The celebration will take place in the Neubaukirche of the University of Würzburg. For those who cannot travel to Würzburg, we will offer a livestream. After the ceremony, we cordially invite those there in person to a reception with snacks in the foyer of the Neubaukirche.

There is now an opportunity to join the International Council of Adult Education (ICAE)’s Academy of LifeLong Learning Advocacy – IALLA.

Here is an extract from ICAE's website giving more detail.

This new project with Maria Grazia Imperiale as PI will investigate the role of informal language educators working in refugee settings in Lebanon and Jordan, and pilot ways of co-creating professional development with the language educators themselves, nurturing agency. It will support educators in examining and articulating their vision for refugee language education through providing connections and opportunities for discussion with refugees and those working with refugees in their own and other contexts, including host communities. 

We are very pleased to announce that core CR&DALL member, Maria Grazia Imperiale, is the co-I of a new Arts and Humanties Research Council (AHRC) funded project entitled, Seeing Arts Health Research Enacted (SHARED): Understanding what works for whom in arts and humanities-based approaches for mental health and wellbeing across the globe. Congratulations to Grazia on this award.

This project will establish an international network of researchers, arts providers and health partners to explore: