Depth and context for new trends and phenomena in societies and the world of adult education.
Open online education ensures education for all
Two education experts share their visions on the democratic potential of the open online education and resources.
13 months on a bamboo bike: Using adventure to inspire environmental action
Kate Rawles is a lecturer turned activist who cycled 8,000 miles to raise awareness about the loss of biodiversity.
Wandering, exploring and taking ownership of the city
Walking in the city is about much more than just getting from A to B.
Three reasons for taking adult education out of the classroom
Using outdoors as a learning environment for children and youth has become more popular. Should we follow the same path with adult education?
Making up the empathy deficit
Empathy is a necessary skill in the future, when humankind is solving more and more complex global problems together. Increasing empathy in societies has become a more prominent issue.
The future of work calls for softness
How does a futurist view lifelong learning? We talked to Perttu Pölönen about the effects of e-learning, the changing role of validation and the skills that separate us from machines.
From personal choices to international agreements – climate policy is made on several levels
Climate change can be influenced on many different levels: through personal choices, national legislation and international agreements.
The first step for anti-racist education is acknowledging that racism exists
As the far right gains ground in Portugal, anti-racist education is one of the ways of fighting against it.
How to lie with statistics
Statistics are used for clarifying big data and making it more comprehensible. They can also be used in misleading ways, either by accident or in order to influence us. Do we actually understand statistics and the numbers behind all the news?
Why is it so hard to make rational decisions about money?
Psychology is an important dimension of financial literacy. Subconscious emotions such as shame, fear and pleasure always play into our relationship with money.