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Third annual Julius Nyerere memorial lecture presented by Ms Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka in 2006
(University of the Western Cape, 2006)
It has been said that the benefits of Adult Education “are by no means universal neither are they negligible” which presupposes that the results and benefits from adult education depend on an integrated ...
New challenges and opportunities for lifelong learning in South Africa
(Taylor and Francis Ltd, United Kingdom, 1999-06-28)
The imperatives for lifelong learning in South Africa are driven by its reinsertion into the global economy and by the social and political necessities of equity and redress after the years of colonialism, segregation and ...
Planning the imaginary: assessing the marketing of lifelong learning and its impact on institutional change. Paper presented at the 15th International Conference on Assessing Quality in Higher Education 14-16 July 2003, University of the Western Cape
In August 1999 UWC launched its first marketing campaign “It is Never too Late to learn” which mainly targeted Adult Mature learners with an interest for part-time studies. In those days many people perceived Lifelong ...
Continuing professional education at the University of the Western Cape - survey results
(University of the Western Cape, 1997)
UWC has since 1998 a new Mission Statement which commits the university to Lifelong Learning. Since 1996 there has been a process to give content to this commitment. The process included surveys of distance education and ...
Social movements, class, and adult education
Social movements are movements of people in civil society who cohere around issues and identities that they themselves define as significant (Martin, 1999). The following quotation describes a group of poor women in South ...