DVV International is now seeking submissions for its international journal Adult Education and Development, issue 85/2018 on “The role and impact of adult education”. Proposals for articles can be submitted in English, French and Spanish up until 1 April 2018.
“Call for submissions – ‘The role and impact of adult education’
Why do we need adult education? Does it actually make a difference? In the next edition of Adult Education and Development, we will be taking a closer look at the roles of adult education, its impact on the world and on our lives. We are especially interested in thoughts on what role adult education plays in development work, and are also interested in the current global debate on the wider benefits of learning.
We are curious about your thoughts on impact: Is it important to know/measure? If so, why and how do you measure the impact of adult education on society, on improving a specific issue, on people’s lives?
We would like to receive texts from a personal point of view, from a local/regional point of view, and from a global point of view. We welcome analytical texts, personal reflections, project results, comparative texts and critical thoughts.
Send your abstract in English, French or Spanish to the Editor-in-Chief Johanni Larjanko (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Managing Editor Ruth Sarrazin (email@example.com) before 1 April 2018.”
The call for submissions is available in the three languages mentioned above as a PDF here.
The international journal Adult Education and Development is a forum for adult educationists from all over the world. It is published once a year in English, French and Spanish and distributed in over 160 countries. Adult Education and Development is published by DVV International – the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V., DVV) – in cooperation with the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE).
More information at www.dvv-international.de/en/adult-education-and-development