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Many cities and regions in Europe have developed strategies to foster a learning culture vis à vis economic, social and environmental change. The goal is the development of “learning cities” and “learning regions”, concepts that cities and regions can adapt to new knowledge and to new...

The Sixth International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI), which took place in northern Brazil in December 2009, underscored with an overwhelming consensus the central role of adult education in helping adults gain the necessary knowledge and skills to adjust to, shape and develop...

The Governing Board of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning will hold its first session from 21 to 24 May 2007 in Hamburg. The Governing Board of UIL consists of 12 educationists recruited worldwide and appointed by the Director-General of UNESCO. It will meet annually to review work...