At the Sixth International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI), which was held in Belém, Brazil, in December 2009, 144 UNESCO Member States, in-cluding 40 from Africa, adopted the Belém Framework for Action, the most recent international policy document seeking to strengthen adult education. The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), in co-operation with the UNESCO Institute for Statistics and UNESCO offices in the different world regions, is coordinating the global monitoring of the follow-up to the Belém Framework for Action.This includes the preparation of the Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE) and the co-organization of regional follow-up activities and meetings.
Download: Final report: Regional Expert Meeting for the Follow-Up of CONFINTEA VI in Africa: Increasing the Participation of Youth and Adults in Learning and Education (PDF 2,21 MB)
- Author/Editor: Angela Owusu-Boampong
Final report: Regional Expert Meeting for the Follow-Up of CONFINTEA VI in Africa: Increasing the Participation of Youth and Adults in Learning and Education
- UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning - 2013
- Available in: English, French