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Co-Author/s:  UNESCO
Publisher/s:  UNESCO Institute for Education (UIE)
Published:  2004 in Hamburg, Germany
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 373

Renouveler l'engagement pour l'éducation et la formation des adultes: rapport de synthèse du bilan de mi-parcours CONFINTEA V, 6-11 septembre 2003, Bangkok, Thaïlande

Synthesis Report of the CONFINTEA V Midterm Review Meeting; September 6-11, 2003 Bangkok, Thailand
Français | English | Español

The Midterm Review of the Fifth International

Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA V) brought

together over three hundred representatives of Member

States, including ministers and senior-level officials,

and agencies of the United Nations system as well as

non-governmental and civil-society organizations and

academic and research institutions from more than

ninety countries in Bangkok, Thailand, from September

6 to 11, 2003.

As a synthesis of the Review proceedings, this Report

outlines the major issues and key recommendations

which emerged during the six-day meeting. The

participants were unanimous in calling for renewed

commitment, sharing of national and international

resources and creative partnerships in adult learning.

We hope that UNESCO and all stakeholders in adult

education will take our Call for Action and Accountability

to heart in affirming the joy of adult learning.

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