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#ALW2019 – What are you waiting for? – Register your events early to win

Adult Learners’ Week is celebrated at the beginning of Spring with hundreds of events and activities promoting the benefits of learning. There are so many opportunities to learn available across Australia.

Adult Learners’ Week is a UNESCO initiative supported in Australia by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training and coordinated by Adult Learning Australia. Adult Learners’ Week runs from 1–8 September and incorporates International Literacy Day, which is celebrated annually on September 8.

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Lancaster University: Job opportunities

Please see below two new opportunities that have opened up at Lancaster University.

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ALADIN Online Alert 27

The ALADIN Online Alert is a joint ALADIN initiative, produced bimonthly by the UIL Library and CDÉACF, with input from additional ALADIN members from all over the world. Its goal is to share recent online and full-text information and documents in the area of adult and lifelong learning.

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Ripples - Winter 2019 Newsletter of the Australian Learning Communities Network

Please find featured below and attached the Winter 2019 issue of the newsletter Ripples, from the Australian Learning Communities Network (ALCN):

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Cedefop newsletter No 91 - June 2019

Here is the latest Cedefop newsletter with the main story Green skills in focus at ILO forum with Cedefop contribution, together with information about other news and events.

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BALID - Bilingual Literacy for Life, 4 July 2019

After a fascinating seminar about The Philippines last Monday - ‘Taking hold’ and ‘losing grip’ of bureaucratic literacies: Insights from local volunteering in the Philippines - our BALID Informal Literacy Discussions (ILDs) programme moves to Mexico, when Lorena Sanchez Tyson of UCL Institute of Education leads a discussion on Bilingual Literacy for Life: an indigenous language literacy programme in Mexico.

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