Yurii Petrushenko, the member of editorial board of “Business Ethics and Leadership (BEL)” Journal, Head of the Department of International Economics was invited to the presentation of the Third Global Study on Adult Education, held in Central and Eastern Europe on January 26 in Belgrade.
The Third Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE III) represents a holistic approach to lifelong education and training to support countries in achieving sustainable development goals. The report has the following sections: Impact of education and adult education on health and well-being; employment and the labor market; social, civil and social life. The report aims to help policy-makers and practitioners develop curricula, policies and frameworks for adult education and education (ALE). The report analyzes the lessons of UNESCO’s two previous reports in five areas: policy; management; financing; participation, inclusion and equity; quality.