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Revising the 1976 Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education: Comments requested from Member States

Dec 17, 2014

The revision of the 1976 Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education, which was requested by the Belém Framework for Action is proceeding as foreseen by UNESCO’s rules and regulations. more

First Experts’ Meeting to Develop the third Global Report on Adult Learning and Education

Dec 05, 2014

The third Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE III) is now in preparation and is scheduled for publication in early 2016. It will provide an update of progress in implementing the Belém Framework for Action, and will focus in particular on the returns to adult learning for health...more

New information service on adult learning

Dec 04, 2014

The Adult Learning Documentation and Information Network (ALADIN) has launched a new initiative, the ALADIN Online Alert, designed to share, on a bi-monthly basis, new online and full-text information and documents in the areas of adult learning, adult literacy, lifelong learning and technical and...more

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Second Global Report on Adult Learning and Education

Jan 08, 2014

The second Global Report on Adult Learning and Education is based principally on 141 national progress reports submitted by UNESCO Member States. Its objective is to review the implementation of the recommendations made by governments at the Sixth International Conference on Adult Education...more

CONFINTEA VI Final Report

The Sixth International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI) was held at in Belém do Pará, Brazil, from 1 to 4 December 2009. It was organised on behalf of UNESCO by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning in partnership with the Ministry of Education of Brazil. A total of 1,125...more

Belém Framework for Action

The Sixth International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI) closed with the adoption of the Belém Framework for Action. Held from 1 to 4 December 2009 in Belém, Brazil, with the participation of over 1,100 delegates, including including 55 Ministers and Deputy Ministers from 144 UNESCO...more

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