InfoNet Newsletter 6/2014: Adult education post-2015 - The global Millennium Development Goals

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InfoNet Editorial Board | 06.11.2014 | European Affairs - News items

LLinE 3This issue of InfoNet Newsletter announces the recently published issue of the LLinE web magazine about the global Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and process of defining post-2015 targets.

The MDGs and Education for All goals reach their deadline next year, in 2015. Now is the time to take stock of what has been achieved and to build a new global development agenda based on these past successes and failures.
In this issue you can learn the basic facts about the MDG’s and to what extent they have been implemented at this moment. Articles cover the educational part of the goals and the communication and educational efforts to raise awareness about them. The on-going process of defining new goals is explained and looked at from a critical viewpoint.

In this InfoNet Newsletter we have highlighted three of these articles:

 A number of other articles deal with the theme of the issue in different ways (You can access all of them here:

 Recent articles on InfoNet

While contributing to this issue of LLinE InfoNet correspondents keep writing articles that are published directly at the InfoNet website. Since InfoNet Newsletter no. 5-2014 these articles have been uploaded (You can access all of them here:


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