The present Annual Report provides a detailed account of UIL’s activities and achievements in 2011. They include the meetings organised and publications produced, as well as the new alliances made, the awareness raised, and the support provided to partners from within government and civil society in UNESCO’s Member States. The report highlights specific programmes undertaken by UIL in 2011, namely the preparation of the Global LIFE Mid-Term Evaluation Report,the development of the UNESCO Guidelines on the Recognition,Validation and Accreditation of Learning Outcomes of Non-formal and Informal Learning, and the implementation of the first Regional CONFINTEA Follow-Up Meeting in Latin America and the Caribbean. Also included are the involvement of vulnerable youth in two workshops in Mali and Egypt to collectively assess the Learning Needs of Vulnerable Youth, and the updated Directory
of Members of the ALADIN Network.
- Author/Editor: UIL
Annual report 2011: UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning
- UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, 2012
- Available in: English, French