I did it my way: journeys of learning in Europe

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Author: Martinez, Francisca

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National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales) (NIACE); UNESCO Institute for Education (UIE)

Abstract:

The International Adult Learners' Week in Europe (IntALWinE) aims to highlight the value of, and to strengthen, learning festivals as 'mobilisation and advocacy tools for learning and for democracy building'. This document is an IntALWinE activity. It contains a collection of stories written by adult learners from 14 European countries on the impact learning has had on their lives. The stories are from: Belgium (Flanders); Bulgaria; Cyprus; Estonia; Finland; Hungary; Iceland; Lithuania; The Netherlands; Norway; Romania; Slovenia; Switzerland; and United Kingdom.

Subjects: Literacy; Lifelong learning; Students; Adult and community education; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Adult education; Adult learning

Geographic subjects: Europe; Bulgaria; Cyprus; Estonia; Finland; Hungary; Iceland; Lithuania; Netherlands; Norway; Romania; Slovenia; Switzerland; Great Britain; Belgium

Published: Leicester, England; Hamburg, Germany: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education/UNESCO Institute for Education, 2005

Physical description: 48 p.

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Statement of responsibility: [edited by Francisca Martinez]

Notes:
This document is also available in French, German, Hungarian, Greek and Bulgarian; these may be found on the UIE website at: http://www.unesco.org/education/uie/InternationalALW/IntALWinE/9.5.htm

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 90.117

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