Over the past six months, qualitative researchers have had little choice but to try to change and adapt our usual methods; switching new and existing research projects to often completely different ways of working. This is particularly relevant when we consider how best to conduct and manage qualitative research on poverty during the time of COVID-19.
COVID-19 has left 8.4 million people on furlough in the UK and with the threat of a recession looming, it is vital that investment is made in adult learning to upskill individuals and mitigate the number of people left unemployed.
As such, I just want to make you aware of our LifeLong Learning event, which will offer key insights into how you can develop effective training programmes and create a multi-skilled workforce in line with a changing labour market.
You are invited to participate in a discussion of adult basic, secondary, and transitions education’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by Drs. Alisa Belzer, Margaret Patterson, and Jen Vanek, this webinar will include a description of findings from the Evidence-Based Adult Education System (E-BAES) taskforce inquiry completed in May 2020.
WAHED24 is a unique collaboration between the WAHED and the Asia Europe Foundation, Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia (EPHEA) & National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), the Lumina Foundation, the University of Nairobi and the UNESCO International Institute for Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (IESALC).
Due to the popularity of this seminar series (previous events held on 15th July and 6th October), we would like to invite you to pre-register for the third and final event 'Avoid photocopying the past: Re-designing HEIs to reduce inequitable outcomes for BAME students?'.