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The current crisis is forcing everyone to adopt a completely new way of working and disrupting every aspect of our lives. Keep watching the CR&DALL website, Twitter feed and this Digest for the latest information and updates. Professor Mike Osborne, CR&DALL Director

 

CR&DALL research in support of older people eating and living well – reports and webinar at Scottish Parliament

CR&DALL core members, Dr. Kate Reid and Professor Catherine Lido, have just completed a 12-month commissioned research project with social enterprise and charity partner ‘Food Train’, and their impact and evidence arm, ‘Eat Well Age Well’, in February 2020.

Cycle of Risk for Undernutrition and Household Food Insecurity
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Victoria leads the way in adult literacy, local adult learning centre rescues small town newspaper, inspiring ALW scholarship winners, and more in Quest

Welcome to our third issue of Quest for 2020 which features stories about the impact of adult learning programs from around Australia.

In this issue, you'll find stories about how Shane Fitzsimmons, Head of Resilience NSW overcame a rocky start at school and found career success through adult learning, how a local adult education centre in Guyra NSW produces the town's successful newspaper, why Victoria is leading the way in adult literacy training, why there's no stopping our three amazing Adult Learners Week scholarship winners who have turned their lives around through adult education, and more.

Quest, October 2020
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DECLARATION by CMAtlv to the UNESCO International Commission - "The Futures of Education"

The CMAtlv, NGO official partner of UNESCO and member of the Liaison Committee of UNESCO NGOs, after having analyzed with its partners the effects of the COVID crisis to date, affirms that everyone in the world, regardless of their age, living conditions, gender, where they live, must be able to have access to the learning necessary for their integration into human society, their development, their fulfilment, and therefore that all states and decision-makers must consider this right as a priority, and give all possible means to achieve it.

"The Futures of Education"

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LLL Entitlement | ALE Public Financing

DVV International is currently supporting a Study on Public Financing of Popular Adult and Lifelong Education (ALE). This is an important aspect of ALE in the context of CONFINTEA VII and the SDG Education 2030 Agenda. Popular ALE includes community, citizenship, liberal, general, environmental activities, and public financing includes local and national funding as well as support for staff and infrastructure.

LLL Entitlement | ALE Public Financing
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Register for the Online EAN Conference

You can register now for the upcoming annual Conference of the European Access Network. The conference is hosted by the Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznań, Poland). Due to COVID-19 this will be an online conference. The conference is free of charge.

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