The International Conference of Learning Cities took place this week in Mexico City as a part of the UNESCO’s ambition to promote lifelong learning in urban-areas. The member-cities within Learning Cities-network are from all over the world and met to exchange experiences and to develop innovative solutions for lifelong learning. Six basic points form the foundation for this work. 1. Inclusive learning in the educational system, 2. Revitalising learning in families and communities, 3. Active learning for and on workplaces, 4. Improve quality and competence in learning 5. Develop the use of learning technologies, 6. Form a dynamic learning culture for the whole life. Any administrative unit with a minimum of 10,000 inhabitants that is governed by a city council or another form of elected body can become a member of the UNESCO-network Learning Cities. Source: UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities
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