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Information and communication technologies (ICT) are seen as holding great potential for improving access by adults to a variety of learning opportunities and promoting equity and inclusion.
Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of Non-formal and Informal Learning (RVA): an initiative for achieving greater participation in lifelong learning and Education for All
UIL has played an important role in the international Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of Non-formal and Informal Learning (RVA) agenda since 2004, when UNESCO’s General Conference entrust
Non-formal and informal programs and activities that promote the acquisition of knowledge and skills in areas of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
Learning takes place during a person’s life—from ‘cradle to grave’, according to the OECD, as a holistic spectrum that spans formal, non-formal and informal categories—through various approaches, m
UNESCO GUIDELINES for the Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of the Outcomes of Non- formal and Informal Learning
"Today, in a complex and fast-changing world, it is necessary for individuals to acquire and adapt competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) through all forms of learning to cope with various c