In our video podcast, we discuss the effects of the corona crisis on adult education. Watch now!
In Ratanakiri (Cambodia), DVV International and a local partner organization train children and young people to be volunteer teachers.
In Mali, DVV International developed a learning app that helps newly literate individuals develop their reading and writing skills. More about DVV International’s work in Mali.
Relaxation exercise during a Curriculum globALE training for adult education teachers in Moldova. More about the global framework curriculum of DVV International.
In our new series of video podcasts we talk to partners from various countries and sectors about the effects of the corona crisis on adult education at local and regional level.
We spoke with Mike Osborne, Professor of Adult and Lifelong Learning at the University of Glasgow, about learning cities, network features and prospects for cooperation.
It is all smiles for Malawi’s education sector, especially the Adult Learning Education (ALE) sub-sector, following the Cabinet’s approval of the National Adult Literacy and Education Policy.
Since the beginning of April, Julia von Westerholt has been the new director of the German Adult Education Association (DVV). We talked to Ms. von Westerholt about her first days at work.
DVV International is partner of the Erasmus+ project INTALL (2018-2021). In the framework of the project, Universities and partners from practice are jointly developing a blended learning methodology for professionalisation in adult education.
To the website of the project
DVV International operates worldwide with more than 200 partners in over 30 countries.To interactive world map
In this section, we inform about our Corona-related actions.
With the support of DVV International, the Tunisian government will strengthen and develop its literacy and adult education centres (TV spot in Arabic with English subtitles).
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