UIL Blog: 'Adult education 2.0' by Daniel Baril
In the latest entry to the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) blog Daniel Baril, Chair of the UIL Governing Board, writes: In matters of adult learning and education, we live in paradoxical times. On the one hand, learning needs are diversifying and adult education resources cover a wide spectrum of learning possibilities, formal, non-formal or informal. On the other, adult education policies strive to mobilize all available educational resources to answer different learning needs. That is why I think that a new generation of adult learning and education policies is needed, policies that would aim to draw on all educational resources to answer a wide array of learning needs.