The Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Road Map for Lifelong Employability published following Summit

The Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Road Map for Lifelong Employability published following Summit

The ICDE Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Summit had taken place on 11-13 February, 2019.

The road map is a set of recommendations for achieving lifelong learning for lifelong employability.

As noted in the roadmap, “It is based on the recognition of the need for continuous adaption and acquirement of new skills as decisive factors for developing an inclusive and sustainable working life for us as individuals, as a society and globally as a community. Further, the road map is a contribution to protect human dignity at work and the UN Sustainable Development Goal 4: ‘Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.’”

The recommendations are directly derived from the ICDE Lillehammer Lifelong Learning Summit 2019.

The conference objective was to bring together actors from the public and private sector, education, labour unions, governmental and intergovernmental organisations. Speakers and participants from the entire aforementioned spectrum were invited and encouraged to contribute to the roadmap – which is reflected in the final result.

You can now read the full document here.

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