International Conferences on Adult Education (CONFINTEA)
In 1949, reflecting on the end of the Second World War, UNESCO Member States met in Elsinore, Denmark, to discuss how adult learning and education (ALE) could help promote world peace and international understanding. That meeting marked the beginning of an enduring and fruitful global dialogue on ALE. It became the first of six International Conferences on Adult Education, known as ‘CONFINTEA’ (their French acronym: CONFérence INTernationale sur l’Education des Adultes).
This page brings together links and key documents for each CONFINTEA, beginning with the most recent.
|2017||CONFINTEA VI - Mid-Term Review
Suwon, Republic of Korea
|2003||CONFINTEA V - Mid-Term Review