Written by Charles Nherera on Apr 16, 2019 11:03 am
This final event of SUEUAA presents cases of engagement from our six countries as well as selected other papers from Africa and Asia, and will be of interest to academics, policy-makers and officials in cities and students from around the world.
The recent PASCAL and PIMA report on Good Active Ageing, which I edited with Denise Reghenzani Kearns, discussed the implications of the convergence of the demographic and technological revolutions. The demographic revolution with ageing populations is occurring at a time when revolutionary changes in digital technologies associated with artificial intelligence, robotics and biotechnologies are impacting on society with this impact certain to increase. How soon superintelligence arrives is a matter of lively discussion.
The Jean Monnet Sustainable Development Goals Network is delighted to announce a series of workshops for RMIT graduate students and early career researchers (broadly defined) aimed at making sense of the emerging place of the SDGs in universities.
What is happening around lifelong learning these days? How are countries making lifelong learning a reality? What are the latest developments in policy and practice? This is issue No 5, 9 April 2019, of the UIL Lifelong Learning Alert.
The Talloires Network is one of the partners with whom PASCAL collaborates. The Network enjoys a high profile and is among the several national and international bodies encouraging universities worldwide to adopt a more centrally-focussed universities' 'third mission' commitment to community service in its different senses and settings.
Here is a copy of Talloires Network E-Newletter for April 2019: