The following document is part of a collection of papers that build on the UIL report Embracing a Culture of Lifelong Learning.
Both contemporary systemic crises and technological innovation invite us to rethink the ways in which we share information, learn, and work together to find solutions to individual, local and global challenges, contend Gaëll Mainguy, Marie-Cécile Naves and François Taddei in their paper. The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to develop and nurture ‘learning communities’ which work collectively to solve problems. Access to and the sharing of knowledge and experience are essential in local, individual and democratic public spheres. This paper showcases a selection of inspiring learning communities and formulates the key principles to empowering people to take care of themselves, others and the planet.
- Author/Editor: Mainguy, Gaëll; Naves, Marie-Cécile; Taddei, François
Learn how to learn collectively: Lifelong learning to take care of oneself, others, and the planet
- UNESCO - 2021
- Available in: English