UIL Blog: Breaking through: Increasing women’s participation in ALE

8 March 2020

In our latest blog entry, Samah Shalaby, Assistant Programme Specialist at the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, writes of the challenges women face - as well as the progess being made - in accessing adult learning and education opportunities.

Providing educational opportunities to women and girls is both a prerequisite and a driver of successful development. The fourth Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE 4), published in December 2019, highlighted significant global progress in women‘s participation in adult learning and education, with 58 per cent of responding countries reporting improvement since 2015.

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