Latest News & Events

The purpose of this section is to provide a guide to CR&DALL events and activities and to provide information on these and on events and issues relevant to the field of lifelong learning and adult and continuing education in general. This latter service is provided to assist exchange of information and discussion of issues amongst colleagues in the field; it does not purport to be an exhaustive reference to the canon. Please note also that CR&DALL cannot be responsible for the accuracy of information provided to us by outside bodies. Further information about the event or activity should be sought from the contacts given in that section as this is likely to be the sum total of information provided to us.
Tuesday, 22 December, 2020 - 06:45

We are very pleased to announce a new British Academy award, Precarious work and future careers in the context of the gig economy in South Africa and China, with CR&DALL Core Member, Dr Lesley Doyle, as Principal Investigator. Her co-investigators are Professor Lauren Graham, the University of Johannesburg and Dr Geng Wang, University of Tianjin. Dr Wang recently completed her PhD under Dr Doyle’s supervision. It is one of 49 projects funded under the  Humanities and Social Sciences Tackling Global Challenges programme.

Tuesday, 22 December, 2020 - 07:15

The School of Education at the University of Glasgow, in conjunction with the Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL), the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change, and the UNESCO Chair in Refugee Education through Languages and the Arts invites you to our Webinar Series 2021.

Thursday, 12 November, 2020 - 09:30

As the year 2020 comes to a close, I wish to thank you all for your interest in and actions to promote lifelong learning across the globe. I thank the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning’s partners for their outstanding collaboration over the past twelve months.

Tuesday, 22 December, 2020 - 08:00

A very short history of ALA, the latest issue of Quest and a special issue of AJAL celebrating 60 years out now.

Tuesday, 22 December, 2020 - 08:30

None of us could ever have imagined how the education of our lifelong learners would have changed during 2020.  We have all embraced new technology, some have worked remotely and yet we probably know more about our colleague's lives than we ever have - with cats, dogs, children, and even our elderly relatives popping in to our daily online meetings via Zoom, Teams, or similar platforms.

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