The Role of Universities in Promoting Lifelong Learning seminar in Hamburg, 25 May 2012
'The Role of Universities in Promoting Lifelong Learning' was the topic of a seminar in the framework of the 60th Anniversary of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning in Hamburg, Germany on 25 May 2012. PASCAL was delighted that its co-director, Professor Michael Osborne, was invited to be one of the speakers.
On the previous day there was a public lecture programme, which included a contribution from the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova.
A number of delegates and staff of UIL are shown in the attached photograph. These include Professor Osborne and fellow Co-director, Professor Catherine Odora Hoppers as well as the founding secretary general of PASCAL, Professor Chris Duke and associate, Professor Norman Longworth.
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A report on the proceedings of this meeting may be found here.
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