New UIL Publication: Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of Non-formal and Informal Learning in UNESCO Member StatesApr 16, 2015
The recent development of lifelong learning policies in many UNESCO Member States has shown that there is a growing demand for the knowledge, skills and competences acquired b
Welcome to the first 2015 Newsletter of the Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC). We have started into a year in which we hope to see numerous fruitful events and milestones in enhancing lifelong learning in the world’s communities.
This second title in the UIL Publication Series on Lifelong Learning Policies and Strategies series shares the methods and experiences of three Asian countries – Japan, the Republic of Korea and Singapore – that have been particularly successful in providing lifelong learning opportunities for...
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), in collaboration with the UNESCO Multi-sectoral Regional Office for West Africa in Abuja, has published a guidebook on how action research can enhance youth and adult literacy education and learning.
In September 2015 UIL will offer four CONFINTEA research scholarships for a period of one month each to researchers from UNESCO Member States (particularly from the global South).
UIL is delighted to announce that a former staff member, Dr. Hassana Alidou, until recently Director of the UNESCO Regional Office in Abuja, has been appointed by Mr Mahamadou Issoufou, President of the Republic of Niger, as the new Nigerien Ambassador to the United States of America.