SAVE THE DATE!
March 22 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Paris time (UTC+1)
Virtual on Zoom
Civil society is getting ready to kick-off a global campaign for adult learning and education.
For the ﬁrst time, civil society created and accepted a common global deﬁnition of adult learning and education. Practitioners, learners and civil society representatives from five continents will start speaking in one voice: we are ale! The kick-off event will be the start of a five year global campaign to increase the visibility of adult learning and education worldwide, and to empower civil society to speak with one voice.
“We are a global alliance of the main international actors in the field of Adult Learning and Education. We believe in the fundamental importance of ALE for achieving a healthy planet and a better world. By working together in the promotion of ALE as a global brand, we advocate for greater involvement and investment in ALE by governments, donors, private sector, international organizations and social movements.”
Join us online, from all around the world!
Let´s act together, support us in getting the world to know, understand and hear ale!!
Stay tuned for further information and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Partners of this campaign
- ASPBAE – Asia South Pacific Association for Basic and Adult Education
- CASAE – Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education
- CEAAL-Consejo de Educación de Adultos de América Latina
- CLADE – Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education
- DVV International- Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (DVV)
- EAEA- European Association for the Education of Adults
- GCE- Global Campaign for Education
- ICAE – International Council for Adult Education
- JACAE – Jamaican Council for Adult Education
- Pamoja West Africa – West African Network of Reflect practitioners
- PIMA – Pascal International Members Association
- REPEM – Red de Educación Popular entre Mujeres
- UIL – UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning