From 20-22 January 2016, education, literacy and basic skills’ experts from more than twenty-eight European countries and representatives of international agencies will, at a conference in Amsterdam, discuss literacy in Europe.
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will meet with representatives of the Turkish Ministry of Education to discuss and share experiences of good practices in lifelong learning, and non-formal adult education.
Together with the UNESCO offices in Abuja (Nigeria) and Dakar (Senegal), the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will host a workshop to draft a sub-regional curriculum framework for the training of trainers in bilingual education.
Delegates of the Indonesian Directorate General of Early Childhood and Community Education in the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture will have round-table discussions with UIL about collaborating on implementing the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the Education 2030 Framework fo
The editorial Committee for the Third UNESCO Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE III) hosted by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) holds its third meeting in Hamburg.
The Governing Board of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will meet from 2 to 4 December 2015 to review the progress of the Institute’s work over the past year and to adopt the work programme and budget for 2016 to 2017.
The Editorial Board of the International Review of Education – Journal of Lifelong Learning (IRE) will meet in Hamburg on 1 December 2015 to evaluate the quality and progress of this comparative education and lifelong learning journal.
The UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities is now officially open to membership. UNESCO encourages cities to become part of a network that supports the practice of lifelong learning by promoting policy dialogue and peer learning among member cities.
Laying the foundation for sustainable development through learning cities
This year’s International Literacy Day (ILD) was an important occasion for looking back at past progress and looking forward for ways to tenaciously pursue the unfinished literacy agenda in the next 15 years.