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Call for abstracts: I-CEARE 2017

The ASEM Education and Research Hub for Lifelong Learning (ASEM LLL Hub), Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark and the Philippine Normal University (PNU), in cooperation with Asia-Europe Foundation, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark and the National Association of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines (NAUCP), invite you to submit your abstracts for paper presentations to the 1st International Conference of European and Asian Researchers and Educators on Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Development (I-CEARE 2017).

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Launch of the UNESCO Chair in Adult Literacy and Learning for Social Transformation at the University of East Anglia

You are invited to celebrate the establishment of this prestigious UNESCO Chair:

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In memoriam to Professor Andy Furlong

Andy Furlong, Professor of Social Inclusion and Education in the School of Education at Glasgow University and Dean of Research for the College of Social Sciences, passed away on Saturday 30th January 2017.

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Two new projects concerned with Global Challenges led from Glasgow

The Scottish Funding Council (SFC) has provided the University of Glasgow with a Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) grant to support cutting edge research that addresses the challenges faced by Official Development Assistance(ODA)/ Lower and Middle Income (LMIC) countries. It will do this by supporting challenge-led disciplinary and interdisciplinary research, strengthening capacity for research in the UK and in LMIC countries and responding to emergencies where there is an urgent research need.  

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PROFIT project newsletter and promotional videos

The EU-funded PROFIT project has completed its first year and recently published its first newsletter.

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Outcomes and implications of GRALE 3: the third global report on adult education and learning

Every three years, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning undertakes a global survey of the State of Adult Learning (GRALE). The third GRALE report was published in late 2016. As well as covering broad developments in adult learning, the survey had as its principal theme the benefits of learning, focusing on health, employment and community effects.  As the main editor of the survey, Tom Schuller will describe some of the challenges involved in carrying out the survey; present some of its primary conclusions; and reflect on the issues arising.

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Adult education expert on The Chain

Lalage Bown (corr. sp), Emeritus Professor of Adult and Continuing Education of the University’s School of Education, was interviewed on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour last week.

The interview was part of Woman’s Hour’s series “The Chain”, in which leading women nominate the woman who has inspired them most for the next interview.

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EPALE Achievements in 2016

CR&DALL subscribers may be interested in seeing what has been achieved by EPALE (the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe) during the last year by following this link.

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Nomination for Muir Houston

CR&DALL core member Dr Muir Houston has been nominated by Universities Scotland to serve on a sub-group looking at interactions between the student support system and the benefits system for the Scottish Government’s Review of Student Support.

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UALL 2017 Annual Conference, York - 5 to 7 April: Outline Programme and Registration

I’m pleased to let you know that preparations for the 2017 Conference are almost complete, and this year promises to be another successful event.

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GUNi Newsletter January 2017, engaging Higher Education for social responsibility

CR&DALL is pleased to feature the latest edition of the newsletter of the Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi):

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Gender - Diversity - Intersectionality. (New) Theories and Policies in Adult Education

Current political situations and societal developments (e.g. globalization; movement of refugees; anti-feminism; away from gender mainstreaming and towards managing diversity) require new approaches and views of gender, also in adult education. Via concepts such as diversity and intersectionality, the perspectives broaden, and not only with regard to the research questions.

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