UIL is pleased to announce the recipients of the CONFINTEA Scholarships for 2014. The scholarships are funded by the private donations of the Nomura Center for Lifelong Integrated Education in Japan, the British educationist Peter Jarvis and the publisher Taylor & Francis.
The 2014 CONFINTEA Scholarships have been awarded to the following people:
- Ms Lily Asamoah from Ghana, to conduct research towards drafting Ghana’s first non-formal education policy;
- Mr Lourenço Andrade from Cape Verde, to research and write a scholarly article on adult education in Cape Verde;
- Ms Togtokhmaa Zagir from Mongolia, to support the development of a training course for lifelong learning teachers and facilitators;
- Mr Yuan Dayong from China, to conduct comparative research on how to build learning cities.
The CONFINTEA scholars will work at UIL throughout September 2014.
General Information about the CONFINTEA Scholarships