At the meeting, MR-U discussed future Nordic co-operation within the area of education against the background of a report drafted in by a High Level Group consisting of: Aida Hadzialic, former minister for upper secondary schools and adult education and training (Sweden); Thomas Wilhelmsson, Chancellor of the University of Helsinki (Finland); and Petter Skarheim, . Oct 02, · This paper aims to contribute to the debate about adult education and globalization and raises issues concerning the role of the nation state and the proposition that globalization is a new paradigm.
The Nordic countries are often placed at the top of global rankings on sustainable development, the Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Much of the success of the Nordic Region stems from the local system of governance, under. Kettunen, J. (). Management education and organization development, In S. TØsse, P. Falkencrone, A. Puurula and B. Bergstedt (eds.), Reforms and Policy, Adult Education Research in Nordic Countries, Trondheim, Tapir Academic Press, Reforms and Policy, Adult Education Research in Nordic Countries, Trondheim, Tapir Academic.
A broad overview of adult education in Denmark is presented in the document. Eight general topics are discussed, and include: (1) Aims, providing background information on national training schemes and agencies; (2) Paths to Adult Learning, systematizing the many adult education organizations, activities, and opportunities under the headings of general liberal non . Adult Education Research in the Nordic Countries. Nilsen, Egil. Convergence, 4, 4, , 71Cited by: 2.
The keyword in the Nordic tradition for adult education is 'people' (folk). But the term 'people' is used in three different ways: people as a political category, a cultural category and . Adult Education has many values, including experiences and co-operation among people, and the fact that adult education is full of stories from adult educators, which can help to understand trends in the past and developments in the present. Established in as part of a more general regional cooperation among five Nordic and three Baltic countries (NB8), Nordic-Baltic cooperation in adult.