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UNESCO is conducting a global survey to collect information that will help revise a landmark legal instrument on education for international understanding, cooperation, peace, human rights and environmental sustainability, known as the 1974 Recommendation.

To kick off the new year, we would like to underscore the value of lifelong learning as expressed by members of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities on the occasion of the UN International Day of Education and through the great strides being made by prison libraries in Latin American countries.

This project, which aims to promote neurodiversity and to support neurodivergent staff and PGRs in having the same high-quality experience at the University of Glasgow has been supported by the Wellcome Trust ISSF Equalities fund (£60,653). Given the lack of published literature in this field and the clearly rising unmet need, an academic as well as practical approach has been taken in order to disseminate learning from this project to as wide an audience as possible.

The Centre for Sustainable Healthy Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods (SHLC) represented by Professor Michael Osborne and Dr Yulia Nesterova, CR&DALL core members from the School of Education, University of Glasgow, was delighted to be a partner in the 23rd ASEF Summer University (ASEFSU23), an interdisciplinary Hackathon on “Liveable Cities for a Sustainable Future” for Asian and European young professionals & students co-ordinated by the Asia-Europe Foundation.

I'd like to circulate this call for applications for a research assistant position (0.5 FTE for 2 years) in my research project on the effectiveness of earmarked funding in international organizations.