University Lifelong Learning for increased participation, performance and partnership.
Recognizing that lifelong learning requires the concerted efforts of multiple stakeholders, the 52nd eucen conference will focus on ULLL for increased participation, performance and partnerships. Universities are important players in increasing participation in education but collaboration with other stakeholders (including but not restricted to local authorities, state agencies and non-governmental organizations) is often the key to success.
The Conference in Budapest welcomes papers and presentations that address participation, performance and partnership within the following main themes:
- University Lifelong Learning in Learning Cities
- Universities promoting inclusive education and community engagement
- Universities' role in Work-based Learning
Please, visit the eucen Studies site to read more about the Call.Download the preliminary programme to find more information, and remember to register here (early bird until 27 March 2020).See you in Budapest!eucen Secretariat
ULLL has to embrace a Participation, Performance and Partnership paradigm to respond and act by strengthening quality, access and collaborations through better forms and content, through effective and innovative modes of delivery, by responding to the urgent need of learners, learning communities and society at large. eucen’s most recent Position Paper on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), emphasises the role of participation, performance and partnership in shaping LLL to urgently address the United Nations Agenda 2030 on the SDGs and their 17 goals. Universities are just one actor, hence the need for partnerships, commitments to optimal performance and the participation of the widest possible range of actors.
eucen considers universities as important players in increasing participation and performance in education, however, collaboration with other willing stakeholders (including, but not restricted to, other educational providers, local authorities, state agencies, non-governmental organisations, industry, intergovernmental organisations, etc.) is often the key to success.