60 Years of UNESCO in Hamburg: Public events
On 24-25 May this year, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, UIL, will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of UNESCO’s presence in Hamburg. The anniversary celebration will highlight the Institute’s impact on education policy and programmes throughout the 60 years of its work focussing on lifelong learning, adult learning and education, and adult literacy in all world regions.
The international lifelong learning community and the wider public are cordially invited to attend two public events in cooperation with the University of Hamburg. The first will be a public lecture on “Responding to Global Challenges through Lifelong Learning” on 24 May (see provisional programme). The second event is an international expert seminar on “The Role of Universities in Promoting Lifelong Learning” on 25 May (see provisional programme).
Registrations for the Public Seminar on 25 May are closed. To register the Public Lecture on 24 May, please send a message to uil(at)unesco.org no later than 23 May.