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Community-based learning for sustainable development

Source(s):  United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Headquarters (UNESCO)

This policy brief, co-published with the Global Action Programme on Education for Sustainable Development, advances six principles of action to develop the role of community learning centres (CLCs) as the main delivery mechanism for community-based learning: responding, engaging, enabling, embedding, sustaining and transforming. Furthermore, to allow CLCs to put these principles into practice in a holistic and integrated manner, the paper proposes four policy recommendations for local and national governments to:

  • Provide dedicated resources for community-based learning;
  • Create mechanisms for partnerships and networking opportunities;
  • Organize ongoing capacity-building to ensure well-qualified and trained staff and volunteers;
  • support learning content development.

This policy brief offers a short, practical guide, aimed at policy makers and other stakeholders, to realizing the potential of community-based learning in order to achieve sustainable development for all.



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  • Community-based learning for sustainable development
  • Publication date 2017
  • Number of pages 4 p.

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