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From climate trauma to climate justice: Navigating the ethics of transition to a post-carbon world

| Southern Africa

Melissa Fourie, Executive Director of the Centre for Environmental Rights, will speak to the issue of climate trauma, both its physical and mental impact. She will address what climate justice would look like; how we would find it, and consider the challenges of both technological solutions and human agency in reconnecting with human and non-human communities.

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Preparatory discussion: The implementation of Curriculum globALE in East Africa.

| East Africa Conference

A preparatory discussion about the implementation of Curriculum globALE in East Africa is taking place at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Decision makers and stakeholders from Academia, Ministries’ partners and Institutions, professional association, NGOs dealing with professionalization in respective countries in the East/Horn of African Region (Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia) and DVV International representatives will gather for this event.

More information about the event is attached.


Professionalisation of Adult Education: Chances and Challenges in the Post-Confintea VII Time

| East Africa Conference

DVV International and the University of Dar es Salaam, in partnership with the Ministry for Education, Science and Technology, Tanzania are hosting a conference on the professionalisation of adult education. The conference builds on, amongst others, the significance of professionalisation as highlighted by CONFINTEA VII which was held in Marrakech, Morocco.

The conference will focus on three main intertwined themes: (a) the Marrakech Framework for Action (MFA); (b) The relationship between the MFA and professionalisation of Adult Learning and Education (ALE); and (c) the role of Community Learning Centres in ALE service delivery.

For further information about the conference, please see the file attached.


Africa Climate Week 2022 - Programme

| Africa Conference

Africa Climate Week 2022 (ACW 2022) will be held from 29 August to 2 September 2022 in Libreville, Gabon.

ACW 2022 will provide a platform for governments, cities, private sector leaders, financial institutions and civil society to address the climate change crisis in the context of regional priorities and the need for a green recovery from the pandemic. The event will bring together key stakeholders to take the pulse of climate action in the region, explore climate challenges and opportunities and showcase ambitious solutions.

Registration is open at the ACW 2022 Registration page. Space is limited, so all in-person attendees are encouraged to register now. Virtual participants can also register to stay up to date on the latest ACW 2022 news. Registration is not required for virtual participation.

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Webinar: Climate Justice Education: The politics of food – responsibilities for adult educators

| Global

This webinar continues to explore climate justice education (CJE). It focuses on the socio-natural-politics of food and the role of adult education.

Food binds us to each other and Nature which generously yields the nutrition we require. How could a transformation of food systems ensure the health and wellbeing of all? And how could it heal our relationship with nature? How can adult education support sovereign systems built on principles of agroecology and local wisdoms and create conditions where ‘enough is as good as a feast’?

The webinar is free and will be recorded. We look forward to you joining us!

PIMA co-hosts the Climate Justice and Adult Learning and Education (ALE) Webinar Series with Canadian Association for Studies in Adult Education (CASAE), Adult Learning Australia (ALA), MOJA Adult Education Africa and Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in Education of Adults (SCUTREA).


Webinar on Curriculum managerALE


Curriculum managerALE is destinated for Managers of Institutions of Adult Learning and Education.

The webinar will be animated by Johann Heilmann (DVV International) on Wednesday, august 17th from 10.00 to 12.00 am (Tunis time).

Here is the zoom link to the webinar :

The agenda of the webinar is the following :

  • - Presentation of the program and its genesis;
  • - Presentation of some practical experiences from the Asian region;
  • - Discussions / Questions & answers.

Contact Houssem Bel Hadj for more information.

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