Institute for Lifelong Learning annual report 2011
August 24, 2012
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) is one of the seven education institutes of UNESCO. It has played an important role in 2011 in assisting Member States in the promotion of lifelong learning policies and practices, with a special focus on adult and continuing education. UIL made significant strides in advancing literacy as a foundation for lifelong learning and in monitoring the implementation of the Belem Framework for Action, which provides concrete guidelines for strategic action in harnessing the potential of adult learning and education in building a viable future for all.
The report gives an overview of actions of the UIL , globally and per continent related to the four following objectives:
Advancing ideas and cultivating perspectives
Disseminating knowledge and promoting research
Reinforcing capacities and developing tools
Building partnerships and ensuring synergies