UIL is an institute that works towards realizing the right to education across all ages. They support Member States in building effective and inclusive lifelong learning policies and systems by building capacities at local and national levels, strengthening partnerships, and offering data and knowledge.
Last year’s CONFINTEA VII has led to a commitment by 149 UNESCO Member States to translate the vision of a right to lifelong learning into reality, increase financial investment and enhance adult participation in quality learning programmes. From then on, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning has substantially expanded their capacity-building activities with a series of workshops dedicated to developing lifelong learning policies, a range of new online courses covering different aspects of learning, and the rollout of their technology training for literacy educators in four countries.
The UIL is proudly to release their 2022 Annual Report on their progresses and achievements in 2022.
More details at: https://www.uil.unesco.org/en/annual-report-2022
There are 6 research networks in the ASEM Lifelong Learning Hub, each focused on a different theme surrounding lifelong learning.
Check out our most recent publications from our 6 research networks here. Our networks are regularly publishing new content.
ASEM Global Lifelong Learning Conference The conference was held on University College Cork campus from 26th – 30th September 2022.