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RVA policy and legislation in the education system and in working life

In line with the UNESCO Guidelines, UIL supports Member States to monitor and review developments in the establishment of a legal and official basis for putting in place an RVA system in Member States. UIL reviews and analyses legislation and policies in relation to the question of whether countries with a uniform policy and legislation on RVA are more likely to develop systems of RVA than is the case where such legislation is absent. Another issue of analysis is whether policy discourses on funding, quality assurance, assessment and design of programmes are fragmentary or consistent with the RVA legislation.

Global Observatory of Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of Non-formal and Informal Learning

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