Learning cities and learning communities: analyzing contextual factors and their impacts on adult and lifelong learning in urban settings
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AbstractThis paper will elaborate upon the contextual aspects of community development in the scope of Learning City and Learning Community related practices of knowledge transfer and sharing in urban environments. Engaged colleagues will provide their critical approaches, reflections and proposals upon how we can understand and recognize adult and lifelong learning through communities trying to reach for peace, understanding, social inclusion and sensitive intercultural and intergenerational aspirations in times of difficulties and challenges affecting our vulnerable relationships. This paper will try to point out matters of equity, human discoveries of collection, sharing and saving values, tradition and dignities through Learning Communities in four different cultural environments from the British Isles, India, Palestine and Hungary. Their urban frames might not be necessarily called or considered as Learning Cities, but labels and notions are not the first priority. It is as simple as it sounds: No One Left Behind.
CitationNémeth, B, Issa, O., Diba, F. and Tuckett, A. (2020) Learning cities and learning communities: analyzing contextual factors and their impacts on adult and lifelong learning in urban settings, Andragogical Studies, 2020(1), pp. 17–52.
DescriptionThis is the published version of an article published by Institute for Pedagogy and Andragogy, University of Belgrade in Andragogical Studies in June 2020, available online: http://www.as.edu.rs/search?l=en
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