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Obiščite prireditve v Tednu vseživljenjskega učenja 2019

V petek, 10. maja, bomo v Kranju slovesno odprli letošnji Teden vseživljenjskega učenja (TVU), najvidnejšo in najobsežnejšo manifestacijo izobraževanja in učenja v Sloveniji. Organizatorji slovesnosti, sodelavci LU Kranj, v partnerstvu z Gorenjskim muzejem ter Zavodom za turizem in kulturo Kranj snuje pester program. Pridružite se nam in spoznajte petih novih dobitnikov priznanj za promocijo učenja in znanja odraslih.

Že na ta dan pa vse do konca junija bodo sledile prireditve TVU po vsej Sloveniji – še vedno se stekajo  v koledarju, pričakujemo jih okrog 8.000!

Med skupnimi akcijami TVU izpostavljamo Parado učenja – Dan učečih se skupnosti.  Začutite moč in radost učenja na teh enodnevnih festivalskih dogodkih v 17 krajih po Sloveniji!

Spremljajte nas tudi na socialnih omrežjih:

https://www.facebook.com/TedenVsezivljenjskegaUcenja     https://twitter.com/TVUslo

Nevenka Kocijančič je zaposlena na Andragoškem centru Slovenije kot urednica spletnih strani. Že vrsto let se ukvarja s promocijo izobraževanja in učenja odraslih, v zadnjem času pa opravlja operativne naloge za projekt EPALE.

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