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Qualitative research has increasingly been utilising visual methods such as drawing to collect richer insights from participants of all ages and backgrounds, including vulnerable populations. In this presentation, Dr Sarah Anderson and Dr Yulia Nesterova (University of Glasgow) demonstrate the methodological potential of a structured arts-based workshop and reflect on its effectiveness in collecting rich data with young people.

All of us close to UNESCO and CONFINTEA will have met or known Prof. Knoll in person, or at least through his writings. In preparation for CONFINTEA VI in Bélem, Brasil he wrote a review on the history of the first five CONFINTEAs, on the political contexts, and the personalities involved. When CONFINTEA V was in Hamburg in 1997 he invited colleagues to his roof top on a higher building overseeing the harbour - and I will never forget the wonderful evening amidst Lalage Bown, Alex Charters or Paul Belanger, and many others.

Subscribers may find this new resource from the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures Network of interest: Knowledge Co-creation in Action: Learning from the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures Network. A methodological sourcebook.

A new Policy Brief, attached, from the International Labour Organization (ILO) covers recent developments related to the importance of skills in advancing the lifelong learning agenda.

I wish to draw to the attention of CR&DALL subscribers MOJA Adult Education in Africa, which  is an online resource for adult learning and education professionals and practitioners in the public sector, private sector, civil society and academia in Africa. It sends out a Newsletter regularly to which anyone can subscribe.