31 January 2020
UNESCO defines lifelong learning as rooted in the integration of learning and living, covering learning activities for people of all ages in all life-wide contexts, and through a variety of modalities, which together meet a wide range of learning needs and demands.Standing at the very core of the Global Education Agenda and Sustainable Development Goal 4, with a commitment to ensure ‘inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all’, learning throughout life is crucial to fulfilling human potential and presents the most holistic approach for countries to develop their education systems.
This policy brief explores the challenges, best practices, and policy options when it comes to building lifelong learning systems in Central Asian countries. Office UNESCO in Almaty has issued this brief as part of Central Asian series and you can download it in English and Russian.
Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/policy-brief-lifelong-learning-in-central-asia