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CONFINTEA VI Mid-Term Review 2017: the status of adult learning and education in Europe and North America; regional report

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Megosztotta Györgyi Bajka

The Belém Framework for Action (BFA) – the outcome of CONFINTEA VI (the sixth International Conference on Adult Education) in 2009 – provided a set of recommendations for further developing adult learning and education (ALE) in UNESCO Member States from a global perspective (UIL, 2010). A subsequent CONFINTEA VI follow-up conference took place in Vilnius, Lithuania, in 2013, to discuss priority actions to implement the BFA in Europe against the background of regional specificities.

This report looks at the outcomes of the regional recommendations for Europe resulting from the Vilnius conference as well as outcomes from efforts to implement the BFA in North America. It will provide information for the 2017 CONFINTEA VI Mid-Term Review, which will take stock of developments since 2009 and adopt a strategy for further implementation of the BFA up to CONFINTEA VII (2021), and complement the findings of the third Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE III) (UIL, 2016)

Aleksandra Kozyra, Ricarda Motschilnig and Gina Ebner
Ricarda Motschilnig
Gina Ebner
Közzététel dátuma:
péntek, 21 december, 2018
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