Nicole Reid, a fruit and vegetable vendor at Coronation Market in Kingston, Jamaica, is also a lifelong learner who inspires others in her community to pursue education and learning. Discover the impact UIL’s work has on the lives of people like Nicole in our latest video and in our newly published Annual Report.
The UIL family is pleased to welcome interim director David Atchoarena to the Institute.
Mr Atchoarena is a researcher and practitioner of lifelong learning and the Director of the Division for Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems at UNESCO HQ. In the following interview, he talks about his passion for education and his vision for lifelong learning.
Strategically mobilizing higher educational and distance-learning resources in sub-Saharan Africa can help accelerate progress towards the achievement of the literacy targets encompassed in SDG4 and ‘Agenda 2063’, the African Union’s (AU) strategic framework for the socio-economic transformation of the continent. Discover what experts from three AU countries – Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria – had to say at a recent workshop co-organized by UIL in Nairobi, Kenya.