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Lifelong learning in Europe

Within the context of the European Year of Lifelong Learning (1996), an international conference entitled "Lifelong learning in Europe - New options for the integration of living, learning and working" will be held in Dresden, Germany, on 28-30 November 1996.

The conference, ...

28 November 1996 - 28 November 1996
Germany

Within the context of the European Year of Lifelong Learning (1996), an international conference entitled "Lifelong learning in Europe - New options for the integration of living, learning and working" will be held in Dresden, Germany, on 28-30 November 1996.

The conference, which is being organized by EGRIS (Europäische Gesellschaft für Regionale und Internationaler Sozialforschung), is aimed at researchers and scientists, as well as practitioners and multipliers, in the fields of education, social work and social policy, youth, gender relationships and economy.

Specific topic areas to be addressed include:

- Unemployment and lifelong learning, changes of work/changes of learning, participation in lifelong learning according to gender;
- Pedagogical consequences of changed learning, formal/informal learning contexts, places of learning, local/regional networks of learning;
- Combinations of family, learning and working, integration of social and educational policies;
- Ethical dimensions of decisions in the educational process, leisure and learning.

The conference is supported by the European Commission under the "Euroconferences" activity of the specific RTD programme for the training and mobility of researchers (TMR). Special conditions are offered for young researchers (under 35 years of age).
For further information, please contact:

EGRIS
c/o IRIS e.V.
Andreas Walther
Rümelinstrasse 8
D-72070 Tübingen
Tel. +49-7071-551696; Fax +49-7071-551697
E-mail: iris.tue@t-online.de