In the latest issue of Adult Education and Development (AED), authors from all over the world discuss the many facets of “inclusion and diversity”.
Adult Education Centres were at the focus of the international “Adult Education and Development Conference”, which was held in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 11 and 12 October 2017.
On the 2nd of October, representatives of the UPT Casablanca and the VHS Badische Bergstrasse signed a declaration of intent for a partnership agreement.
Teachers from TVET schools have been sent to Laotian villages since 2010, offering a 5-10-day training course and bringing much demanded vocational skills to remote regions.
The aim is to develop an intercultural and didactic qualification for instructors in Germany teaching low-threshold German courses for refugees.
The second Central Asian Adult Education Forum dealt with “Community Learning Centres: international trends and best practices”.
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