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Pays : Mexique  Langue(s) : anglais 

ICLC 2015 - 2nd International Conference on Learning Cities - Building Sustainable Learning Cities


Date :  du 28-09-2015 au 30-09-2015

Lieu :  Mexico

Organisation :  UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) - UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC)


Programme : 

The International Conference on Learning Cities provides an opportunity for mayors, city education executives and experts from all over the world to communicate their expertise in building learning cities, learn from others’ experiences, forge partnerships and create synergies. The 1st conference, which was held in Beijing in 2013, culminated in the adoption of the Beijing Declaration on Building Learning Cities and the Key Features of Learning Cities.

The 2nd ICLC will mark a milestone in ‘Building Sustainable Learning Cities’ and make a significant contribution to the achievement of UNESCO’s post-2015 education agenda. Through a dynamic agenda of plenary sessions, parallel regional forums and a mayors’ forum, participants will expand their understanding of how to develop sustainable learning cities, strengthen partnerships and networks, and implement the Key Features of Learning Cities. The Conference will provide a platform for mayors, city education executives and experts from various sectors and international organizations to share their expertise, learn from others’ experiences, forge partnerships and create synergies.



      URL :  http://www.learningcities2015.org/

      Contributions : 

      • articles :  http://www.uil.unesco.org/.../unesco-learning-cities-conference-2015-report.pdf

      • enregistrement vidéo :  http://www.learningcities2015.org/

       

      Les communications plénières sont disponibles en vidéo. Les résumés des principales interventions sont rassemblés dans dans un Conference report (pdf, 76 pages).

      L'UIL a également rendu public un rapport de 168 pages en français, intitulé "Mobiliser le potentiel des communautés urbaines : Étude de cas de douze villes apprenantes recensant les avancées dans la transposition de la Déclaration de Pékin.




      mot(s) clé(s) :  architecture et équipement, extra-scolaire