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PASCAL XVIth Conference Cork/Kerry, Ireland

Posté par Noreen Delea Il y a 1 mois 4 semaines

Mercredi 16 Octobre 2019 - Samedi 19 Octobre 2019
Cork City and Waterville, Co. Kerry
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The PASCAL conference will have a focus on adult/lifelong learning place-making and cohesion. This three-day international conference will bring together scholars and practitioners who develop learning opportunities in community settings. 

The communities that epitomise the contemporary world are diverse, ranging spatially from inner cities to remote rural areas, and encapsulate the complex web of identities that are part of life today. Learning by people at all ages is at the core of problem-solving for 21st century problems. The themes of resilience and lifelong learning will cover some of the key challenges to be explored.

To help us focus on some key challenges we offer the following working themes for the conference which are as follows:

Learning Cities

  • Learning, multi-culturalism and old and new identities: people and place in urban areas
  • Learning for cross-sectoral resilience capacity building in cities
  • Knowledge sharing and education enabling collaborative dialogues
  • Learning resilience in a complex society
  • Learning Cities: learning for all our futures
  • Learning from each other: rural lessons for city living

Learning Rural Communities

  • Learning, multi-culturalism and old and new identities: people and place in rural areas
  • Learning for cross-sectoral resilience capacity building in in rural communities
  • Knowledge sharing and education enabling collaborative dialogue in rural communities
  • Learning resilience in a rural communities
  • Learning Rural Communities: learning for all our futures
  • Learning from each other: city lessons for rural revival

We are seeking proposals for academic papers, which may be published in a special issue of an international journal on lifelong learning, practitioner workshops and as posters.

  • A Paper proposal should include a title and an abstract of 500 words. It should indicate significance for the overall conference theme and/or one of the working themes.
  • A Workshop proposal should include a title and an abstract of 500 words. It should indicate significance for the overall conference theme and/or one of the working themes. 
  • A Poster proposal should include a title and an abstract of 250 words. It should indicate significance for the overall conference theme and/or one of the working themes.

The deadline for submission of Proposals is June 30th 2019. Early submissions are encouraged as the committee will adjudicate on proposals on an ongoing basis and will issue advance acceptances prior to the closing date. To submit your abstract in advance of registration please email acepascal@ucc.ie

Follow the link here for more information on the event and PASCAL observatory generally. 

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Type d'évènement: 
Conférence
Frais de participation: 
Oui
Date limite d'inscription: 
30/06/2019
Évènement en ligne: 
Non
Organisé par: 
PASCAL team, Adult Continuing Education, University College Cork
Type d'organisateur: 
Autre événement
Coordonnées : 
acepascal@ucc.ie
Nombre de délégués: 
100 - 200
Groupe cible: 
Professeurs, étudiants, chercheurs dans le domaine de l’andragogie
Thème couvert:
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