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An insight into an African perspective on lifelong learning: towards promoting functional compensatory programmes
(IJLE, http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tled20, 2011-02)
This paper argues that lifelong learning can be a torch for education that is relevant, appropriate and appreciated by many Africans if conceptualized within the African Indigenous Learning (AIL) framework. Such learning ...
Lifelong learning for facilitating democratic participation in Africa
(Routledge http://www.informaworld.com, 2006-11)
Lifelong learning has come to be internationally recognized as a framework in the development of sustainable education. However, in spite of rhetoric and its endorsement in some nations' policy documents, lifelong learning ...
Lifelong learning and the pursuit of a vision for sustainable development in Botswana
(SCE, http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/csce20, 2011-07)
This paper analyses Botswana's commitment to lifelong learning policy and discusses how it can help the state achieve its vision for sustainable development. First, it argues that while Botswana is renowned for its economic ...