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Taking adult learning forward: What opportunities can be drawn from the COVID-19 crisis for Education, Sustainable Development, Social fairness and cohesion, and Democractic values

Sustainable Development, Social fairness and Democracy have become even more central (and discussed) topics in light of the COVID-19 crisis. This panel discussion will examine on the essential role of adult learning as a driver for change in these areas, through the interplay of diverse voices and experiences, coming from different contexts and parts of the world, from Europe to Asia, from Oceania to South America.

Taking adult learning forward - Panel discussion - 8 October - h 10.30-11.30

Sustainable Development, Social fairness and Democracy have become even more central (and discussed) topics in light of the COVID-19 crisis. This panel discussion will examine on the essential role of adult learning as a driver for change in these areas, through the interplay of diverse voices and experiences, coming from different contexts and parts of the world, from Europe to Asia, from Oceania to South America.

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José Roberto Guevara

David Atchoarena

Shirley Walters

Uwe Gartenschlaeger

Timothy Ireland

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