Education and learning for all:
Basic Learning Needs satisfaction
Trends, issues, advances, challenges, strategies and recommendations in educating young people and adults
Literacy is a necessary starting point, but not enough, for every 21st century person to continue and to complement their lifelong learning and to exercise their rights as citizens (p. 11).
Nevertheless, each of the advances presents new and old challenges at the same time. The distance between what is foreseen in laws and policies and the effectively accomplished is still great, placing the need for a more participatory construction of policies and their social vigilance on the part of citizenship, in general, and on the part, specifically, of the subjects of Adult Education (p. 12).
Source: UNESCO, Ministry of Education, 2009
Global report on Adult learning and education
First Global report on Adult Learning and Education, based on 154 national reports submitted by UNESCO Member States, five reports of regional synthesis and secondary literature. Its goal is to provide an overview of trends in adult learning and education, as well as to identify key challenges.
Chapter 1: Arguments in favour of Adult Learning and Education
Chapter 2: The Environment of public policy and the governance framework for Adult Education
Chapter 3: The provision of Adult Education
Chapter 4: Participation and equity in Adult Education
Chapter 5: Quality in Adult Education
Chapter 6: Financing Adult Education
Source: UNESCO, 2009