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Weatherproofing Democracy by Josef Konvitz

Written by Josef Konvitz on Feb 04, 2020 05:51 am

Josef Konvitz, Chair, PASCAL International Observatory, wrote a paper on climate change, or rather how to cope with it, as a challenge to democracy, after driving across France and Belgium on July 25 2019, the hottest day of that year (42 degrees).

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ALCN/ALA Smart Cities Learning Forum - 26 February 3-5 pm

Written by Leone Wheeler on Feb 04, 2020 05:27 am
Start: Feb 26 2020 15:00
End: Feb 26 2020 17:00
Timezone: Australia/Melbourne
RMIT University, Storey Hall, Room 16, level 7, building 7
342-344 Swanston Street
Melbourne CBD
Australia

This is an invitation to the above seminar to coincide with the visit of Professor Mike Osborne, Chair of Adult and Lifelong Education, the University of Glasgow, to Melbourne.  You can register now to book a place.

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New European Project on Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment (SoPHIA) begins with a first meeting in Italy

Written by Rob Mark on Feb 03, 2020 08:45 am

The H2020 project, SoPHIA (Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment), got off to a great start in Rome when Professor Michela Marchiori and the Roma Tre University played host to the first meeting on 30th-31st January 2020.

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PIMA Bulletin No. 28 - January 2020

Written by Chris Duke on Feb 03, 2020 08:30 am

In many countries, it is held (and opinion-polled) that older adults are conservative, while the young out on the streets to chant and fight for radical change. This PIMA Bulletin bears witness to the fact that this is not necessarily accurate. Not all older PIMA contributors – notably regular columnists as represented in this issue No 28 – are ‘conservative’ (see below Findsen and Houston on words that matter). They tend to value history for what it teaches. They abhor the wish to erase the past with its lessons, whether uplifting or dire. They try to own and learn from experience, and to change policy and behaviour. Hence our exploration in 2019 of anniversaries and where ahead they point.

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Free event - Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, 25 Feb 2020 at RMIT

Written by Matthew Coote on Feb 03, 2020 07:15 am
Start: Feb 25 2020 12:30
End: Feb 25 2020 14:00
Timezone: Australia/Melbourne
RMIT Council Chamber, Building 1, Level 2R,
124 La Trobe St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia

From 2018–20, the Jean Monnet Sustainable Development Goals Network Seminar Series will address each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each seminar focuses on an individual Goal, offering an opportunity to explore the intent of the Goal, its targets, and some of the initiatives being undertaken to deliver on them. Each seminar will be accompanied by a Policy Brief.

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BULLETIN of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning - 3 February 2020

Written by David Atchoarena on Feb 03, 2020 06:39 am

 Welcome to the newsletter of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) – the UIL Bulletin. In this first issue of 2020 you will learn more about the celebrations of the International Day of Education in UNESCO learning cities around the world, our lifelong learning policy work in countries such as Rwanda and Cambodia, a series of capacity-building workshop on family literacy, new UIL publications and many further initiatives.

David Atchoarena
Director of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

 

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Derry City and Strabane Lifelong Learning Festival, 18-24 May 2020

Written by Paul Haslam on Feb 03, 2020 06:21 am
Start: May 18 2020
End: May 24 2020
Timezone: Europe/Belfast
Derry City and Strabane
United Kingdom

Derry City and Strabane Learning City is running an exciting new festival in May 2020 which will celebrate all types of learning across the city and region.  The festival aims to make learning accessible to all citizens and this is an opportunity to showcase all the amazing learning activities/events happening across the city and region. 

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P2PU is hiring a production lead

Written by Nico Koenig on Feb 01, 2020 05:10 am

P2PU is looking for somebody to join us (from anywhere in the world) as the Production Lead! We are looking for a candidate who can bring communications, design, and product management skills to our small team as we support more and more non-formal adult education communities around the world.

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