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UIL NEXUS

World Forum 2015

LIFELONG LEARNING FOR ALL
A challenge to face, a willingness to share

UNESCO – Paris, 5-6 February 2015
125 Avenue de Suffren – Mo Ségur

Create the conditions of possibility
to enable each one to learn through out their entire life

 

This great idea, a condition for equity, peace and progress, is consensual. However, reality is far from ideal. Where do the gaps come from? Which are the brakes and the sucess factors; which are the preconditions? Where are the key levers? Who can do what for whom? Which are the great roads for exchanging experiences and reflections in order to invigorate our actions towards a shared objective, in the joyful union of our complementarities?

We have chosen four that will result in four major roundtables:

  1. Ensuring access and achievement conditions for all to basic knowledge from early childhood until the end of life.
  2. Recognizing and developing the role of enterprises in lifelong learning
  3. Promoting health througout the lifespan.
  4. Creating knowledge from multiculturality

Coordination, Françoise DAX-BOYER et Alexandre GINOYER

LEAFLET

Contibutions to the Forum

Audio recordings of the participants
(English – French)

 February 5th, 2015 plenary from 9h00 to 12h30

INAUGURAL SESSION OF THE 4TH WORLD FORUM

OPENING REMARKS
  • Irina BOKOVA, Director-General of UNESCO
  • Arne CARLSEN, Director of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), Hamburg
  • Alan TUCKETT, President of International Council for Adult Education, (ICAE) Montevideo
  • Yves ATTOU, President of the CMA
OPENING CONFERENCE: WHAT ARE THE MAJOR STAKES FOR THIS 4TH FORUM?
  • Sylvia SCHMELKES DEL VALLE, (Mexique) President of INEE, National Institute for Education Assessment.

Presented by Alfonso LIZARZABURU, (Peru) UNESCO International Consultant on Education

VIEWPOINT OF THE CMA: WHERE DO WE STAND IN TERMS OF LIFELONG LEARNING?
  • Pierre LANDRY, President of the CMA prospective group for lifelong learning, presents a synthesis from the reports of Faure, Delors and Morin on the topic of lifelong learning
VIEWPOINTS ABOUT THE EDUCATION OF THE FUTURE
  • Pierre BEDIER, President of the departemental Council of the Yvelines
  • Paul BELANGER, Director of the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Continuing education of the University of Quebec in Montreal
  • Salah DERRADJI, Senator and professor, Algeria
  • Olivier FARON, Administrateur général du Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
  • Antoine GODBERT, Director of Erasmus + agency
  • Adama OUANE,Former minister of Education of Mali

Presentation by Régis ROUSSEL, Centre INFFO

Afternoon 5th february 2015 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

ROOM I
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE N°1 :
IMPROVE CONDITIONS OF ACCESS TO BASIC KNOWLEDGE FOR ALL,
FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD TO THE END OF LIFE

• Inequalities are widening: what can be done to improve literacy?
• How can women and girls gain access to learning and education?
  • Mounira CHATTI, Senior lecturer, writer
• Art as a mediation tool for lifelong learning: Emmaüs in Orsay / Orsay at Emmaüs
Learning french and discovery of the museum
  • Thomas GALIFOT, Photographi Curator at the Musée d’Orsay
  • Alexandre THERWATH, In-charge of specific audiences development at the Musée d’Orsay
  • Mathias VAN DER MEULEN, Pedagogical coordinator of the Workshop for literacy Emmaüs Solidarité
• Digital progress and limitations in the development of lifelong learning
  • Rémi SHARROCK, Research-professor Telecom ParisTech
• What policies and innovations to facilitate this access?
  • Arne CARLSEN, Director of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), Hamburg
  • Antoine GODBERT, Director of Erasmus+ agency France

COORDINATION
Françoise DAX-BOYER, Vice-president of the CMA

ROOM IV
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE N°2 :
ACTING, EDUCATING AND TRAINING FOR A SUSTAINABLE HEALTH

• Learning for life

. What kind of education for all to allow each individual to feel responsible and learn how to build his own physical, cultural and spiritual well-being?

. To what extend? And how can a school heighten awareness about health among children from an earlier age?

. So, how far have we come, in terms of learning approaches in health education, whether specific or comprehensive?

• Girl’s education: a true emergency

. Why? What to do? How can cross-cultural comparisons enlighten us on that?

• How to overcome the failure of sexuality education? Challenges and successful methods

. Adults feel uncomfortable discussing sexuality with young people. Teachers are often not in the position to share with the adolescent’s interests. The young people often have nobody who they can ask intimate questions.

. Is school the right place to discuss these issues?

. What are the successful approaches to sexuality education around the world?

COORDINATION
Marlena BOUCHE OSOCHOWSKA, General delegate of the CMA with the UNESCO

INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS’ TESTIMONIALS AND INTERVENTIONS

  • Thierry TROUSSIER, Senior Public Health Medical Specialist and Sexologist. Chair holder UNESCO of the Chair on ”Sexual Health and Human Rights” university of Sorbonne Paris Cité/France
  • Alison CROSS, PsychoEducation psychologist, Vice President of the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE), Representative of the Region of Caribbean, Jamaica
  • Shashikala SITARAM, Researcher and educator, International Consultant on gender issues, education and inclusive development, India
  • Yves ANGELLOZ, Physiotherapist, Founding President of the Global Peace Games
  • Zhilbayev ZHANBOL OKTYABROVICH, President of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, Kazakhstan
Evening 5th february 18:00 PM – 20:00 PM

EVENING AT THE MUSÉE D’ORSAY
LIVE A LEARNING EXPERIENCE THROUGH ARTS

Animation by speakers of the Musée D’Orsay, with 5 groups of participants
They will discover mediation techniques undertaker for an audience not very familiar with museums or learning French.

COORDINATION
Alexandre THERWATH et Elvire CAUPOS, Musée d’Orsay
Alexandre GINOYER, CMA

Evening 5th february 2015 20h15 PM

GALA DINNER AT THE MUSEUM

Morning 6th february 2015

ROOM IV
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE N°3 :
AKNOWLEDGE AND DEVELOP THE ROLE OF COMPANIES IN LIFELONG LEARNING

• I s a company the right place for the development of lifelong learning?
How does the company handle it? What happens there?

• Why do companies take on the challenge of lifelong learning?
What are their goals? What is at stake for them?

• What are the prospects?
How to recognize and develop these trainings? Why? What are the benefi ts? How can they become more involved?

COORDINATION
Martine SOUWEINE & Evelyne DERET, CMA

INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS’ TESTIMONIALS AND INTERVENTIONS

  • Richard BOUCKAT BOU NZIENGUI , HR and Training executive, banking sector GABON
  • Abdellah MEZZIOUANE, Secretary-General of CGPME Paris-Ile de France
  • Jean-Philippe POULNOT, Administrator of the Group CHEQUE DEJEUNER, President of the Foundation and the Sponsoring Committee
  • Florence RAMBAUD, LVMH – Group Creative Talent Acquisition Manager
  • Tom WILSON, TRADES UNION CONGRESS UK (TUC) – Director of Unionlearn

ROOM I
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE N°4 :
APPRECIATE AND ENABLE INTERCULTURAL SKILLS TO EMERGE

• W eaving and Interweaving
Taking Intercultural “otherness” in consideration of the reality of our multicultural and interdependent societies, how do some cities or countries have a wealth of diversity and work to build intercultural skills and a “better living together”?
How mobility (in its different forms) promotes the acquisition of formal and informal intercultural skills?

• Intercultural aspects and learning
Intercultural skills are closely related to education and experience: How do we learn intercultural skills?
Can we teach interculturalism? Can we be trained on intercultural skills?

Tradition and the modern world : the intercultural and intergenerational transmission
Multiple affi liations, knowledge and experiences create wealth that transcends borders and all ages. What legacy to pass on:
values, language, communication, memory, perception and emotions? How to recognize and value informal learning?

COORDINATION
Farida TEMIMI, CMA

INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS’ TESTIMONIALS AND INTERVENTIONS

  • Dahbia BOUKANEF, responsable du service intégration et lutte contre les discriminations
  • Fred DERVIN, Professor/Researcher at the University of Helsinki, Finland
  • Rachel DUIGOU, responsable du pôle développement à l’agence Erasmus + France. Education et Formation
  • Carole GADET, chargée de projet intergénérationnels au MEN
  • J. Francisco R. QUEIRUGA, President of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce
  • Khaled ROUMO, Writer, poet, novelist and specialist on dialogue between cultures and religions
  • Patricia VIEGAS, Spanish professor
  • Chris WERT, Director of international development at Télécom Ecole de Management
Afternoon 6th february 2015
14:00 PM – 17:00 PM

ROOM I PLENARY SESSION: SYNTHESIS AND PROSPECTIVE

REPORT ON THE EVENING AT THE MUSÉE D’ORSAY
  • Alexandre GINOYER, CMA
GENERAL SYNTHESIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES
  • Paul BELANGER, Director of the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Continuing education of the University of Quebec in Montreal
GLOBAL ROUNDTABLE: WHAT ARE THE LINES OF WORK? FOR WHO? AND WHEN?
  • Qian TANG, Assistant Director-General for Education l’UNESCO (China)
  • Arne CARLSEN, Director of UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), Hamburg
  • David EDWARDS, Deputy General Secretary of Education International (USA)
  • Andreas SCHLEICHER, Director of Education at OECD (Germany)
  • Viacheslav SKVORTSOV, Rector, at Pushkin Leningrad State University, Saint-Petersburg, (Russia)
  • Alan TUCKETT, President of the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) Montevideo
CLOSING OF THE 4TH WORLD FORUM
  • YVES ATTOU, President of the CMA