UNESCO Institut for Lifelong Learning

14/09/2015

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) is a non-profit, policy-driven, international research, training, information center of UNESCO. Its main objective is to promote lifelong learning policy and practice, recognizing  education and learning in formal, non-formal or informal settings. In this regard, the work of the Institute focuses on learning and adult education, especially literacy-related activities as a foundation of lifelong learning and non-formal education. Similarly, UIL focuses on alternative learning opportunities for marginalized and disadvantaged groups. Although directed to member countries of the European Union, the Institute also works with developing countries from other continents with special emphasis on Africa.

The UIL website offers visitors information about projects, activities and policies where they are working on and news related to the institute. It also offers users reports and reviews to be carried out and other types of resources of issues related to lifelong learning.

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