The UNESCO Institute for Education, with its operational base in the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, in Germany, and in Europe, has an important role as a UNESCO educational institution: the excellent academic and political relationship between the Institute and all world regions are a treasure “hidden” at the Albert Ballin house in the Feldbrunnenstraße. This potential may well bear fruit in the coming years, in our own enlightened self-interest, both for applied educational research in Germany and for the further development of programmes in Europe and throughout the world.
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- Author/Editor: Maren Elfert
- Towards an Open Learning World: 50 Years UNESCO Institute for Education
- UIE, 2002
- ISBN 13579
- Available in: English, French, German