Monthly Archives: január 2023

Új HERJ lapszám a munkahelyi tanulásról az ASEM LLL HUB RN2 on Workplace Learning közreműködésével

Új HERJ lapszám a munkahelyi tanulásról az ASEM LLL HUB RN2 on Workplace Learning közreműködésével


Megjelent a HERJ – Hungarian Educational Research Journal legújabb száma a munkahelyi tanulás változó környezetéről és ennek aktuális jelenségeiről. Az ASEM LLL Hub Research Network2 részőről Karen Evans, Helen Bound és Erdei Gáboer szerkesztésében gondozott gyűjtés írásai a munkaelyi tanulás néhány izgalmas tényezőit elemzik, különös tekintettel a munkahelyi tanulások átalakuló világát érintő kihívásokra.

A tematikus írások az alábbi témákat hozzák előtérbe:

– Reconsidering the nature of the learning space in practically-based higher education: Innovative approaches to higher education in the UK context

– Internship learning as transactional sociomaterial experiences in media industry: What do undergraduate interns tell us?

– Creating spaces for engagement in meaningful activities

– Driving employee-driven innovation through workplace learning: The story of Singapore SMEs

– Researching informal workplace learning in the context of remote working in the post COVID-19 world

Ezeket kutatási elemzések követik az alábbi kontextusokban:

– The self-willed child – Basic needs and education in post-mythic times • Outlines of a responsive pedagogy

– Professional competencies and the continuing professional development needs of Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) teachers in Kenya

Végül könyvismertetések/ book-review következnek:

– Pendulum Movements – History teaching in Hungary

– Bildungsbenachteiligung und Bildungserfolg: Roma im ungarischen Bildungssystem

A HERJ legújabb lapszáma hozzáférhető itt: Hungarian Educational Research Journal Volume 12 Issue 4: Workplace learning in changing contexts. Editors: Karen Evans, Helen Bound, and Gábor Erdei (2022) (

International Day of Education 2023: Education must be prioritized to accelerate progress towards the Global Goals

Az UNESCO UIL 2023/Januári hírlevele:

Megjelent az új EPALE közösségi történetek gyűjtemény!

Conference – Michel Alhadeff-Jones – From life history to rhythmanalysis: Rethinking the temporalities of lifelong learning, transformative and emancipatory processes in adult education

Dear all,

I would like to announce a conference by zoom that you may be interested in: 

„From life history to rhythm analysis: Rethinking the temporalities of lifelong learning, transformative and emancipatory processes in adult education”, by Michel Alhadeff-Jones (Sunkhronos Institute (Switzerland), University of Fribourg (Switzerland)/ Teachers College, Columbia University (USA) 

The conference will take place on the 2nd of February at 17.00 Portuguese time.  

If you are interested, please send an email to (António Fragoso). 

We are looking forward to your participation!

Best regards, 

Catarina Doutor

GNLC Newsletter, December 2022

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the winter edition of the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC) newsletter. 

We are delighted to share with you the recent activities and events that demonstrate the progress and dynamism of the network, including a visit by mayors from the Republic of Korea to UNESCO learning cities in Germany and France and the key messages arising from the side event, ‘Greening TVET, adult learning and education’ organised by UIL at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 27). In addition, we share information about the upcoming International Day of Education, which we hope you will celebrate with us. 

In this newsletter, you will also find information on recent publications, updates on the work of the UNESCO GNLC, and upcoming events.

Wishing you an enjoyable read and a happy holiday season!

UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning Bulletin, December / Season’s Greetings

Dear Reader,

The past year has been a decisive one for the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL). Together with the Kingdom of Morocco, the Institute organized the landmark Seventh International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VII) in June 2022, wherein over 140 UNESCO Member States from across the globe committed to making adult learning and education a reality for all.

This year also marked UIL’s 70th anniversary. As part of the two-day celebration, the Institute showcased its achievements over the past seven decades and affirmed its objective to promote the intrinsicality of lifelong learning for solving some of our greatest global challenges. 

I wish to personally thank you for your continued engagement with, interest in and support of UIL’s work in 2022, and I look forward to working with you to advance lifelong learning for all in 2023.

Season’s greetings and best wishes for the new year.

David Atchoarena
Director, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

eucen Highlights | December 2022

December 2022eucen Highlights Welcome to eucen’s monthly bulletin!
The year is finishing. We do not want to go on holidays without wishing you a great holiday break and all the best for 2023!
Do not forget that you can take some time during the holiday and send your abstract to the call for contributions of our next conference! We would like to meet you all in Utrecht 31May-02June 2023 and know more about your work!

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