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The international journal Adult Education and Development (AED) is a forum for adult educationists from all over the world. This is where practice meets theory, and a global, regional and local dialogue ensues. It is published once a year in English, French and Spanish and distributed in over 160 countries. Read more...

Issue 84 on “Inclusion and Diversity”

In issue 84/2017 of Adult Education and Development, authors from all over the world discuss the many facets of “inclusion and diversity”. They write about their own identity, discuss the changes needed to create inclusive societies and adult education systems, and present concrete “inclusive” methods of adult education. Read the full issue

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