The 2022 PASCAL Conference has taken place on the theme of Learning & Crisis: Future Proofing City Responses. The conference was organised by the University of Tampere , Finland. The Faculty of Management and Business Studies played host to around 80 participants from countries with around 30 participants joining online.
The series of World Conference on Adult Education implemented by UNESCO and its partners met for CONFINTEA VII in June in Marrakech this year. The first was in Helsingör in 1949, followed in a twelve year cycle by Montreal in 1960, Tokyo in 1972, Paris in 1985, Hamburg in 1997, and Bélem in 2009.
The Sustainable Futures Global Network invites you to join us on the 1st of November 2022 as we showcase stories of sustainability from global contexts. Using podcasts, documentaries, posters, postcards and zine-making, we’ll invite you to explore the connections between these stories, and everyday local contexts.
The event is open to anyone interested in pondering the relationship between global challenges and local practices; and learning from unexpected places to devise local understandings.
The October BALID Informal Literacy Discussion will be led by Professor Gordon O. Ade-Ojo, Professor of Language and Literacy Policy in Lifelong Learning in the Faculty of Education and Health at the University of Greenwich. This will be a hybrid event with both in-person and online attendance options.