European Lifelong Learning Magazine is a free online magazine on lifelong learning and adult education. It is the only journalistic medium of adult education with a European scope and with a continent-wide correspondent network.
World of research. 2018 is the year of European Cultural Heritage. However, the first research results also highlight questions of power and privilege. The question is: ‘whose’ European identity is presented throughout the ‘European Year of Cultural Heritage’?
Interview. Wikipedia events demonstrate that heritage institutions are not dusty throwbacks or exclusive clubs for academics but are vibrant, modern, welcoming community hubs, says Jason Evans, National Wikimedian for Wales.
Feature. It can be challenging for indigenous people to stick to their traditional livelihoods, culture, language and identity in the modern world. To keep their culture vital, the Scandic Sámi people utilise adult education centres across national borders.
News story. The past 100 years have seen many changes in the teaching of the narrative of the Finnish Civil War. Adult education and independent studying are ways of receiving an up-to-date history lesson.
Feature. The Gulf region’s strength is in its diversity. Adult education can help to deepen the understanding of different cultures but much needs to be done as lifelong learning in the region lacks structural and systematic approach.