In most countries around the world, educational institutions remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are implementing distance education measures while at the same time planning for reopening where the health situation allows.
UNESCO and the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) continue to support Member States during this time of crisis to ensure that learning does not stop. During the past month, UNESCO learning cities have shared their experiences in facing current challenges through webinars on issues such as distance education, refugees and migrants, and health, as well as through video interviews.
With this Bulletin, I invite you to read about these experiences but also to find out more about further UIL initiatives such as the African launch of the Global Report on Adult Learning and Education, and our new landscape study 'From Radio to Artificial Intelligence: Innovative Literacy Learning and Education for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons.'
Wishing you good reading!