Journals and periodicals
The Journal of Correctional Education is the foremost publication of the Correctional Education Association (CEA). The Journal of Correctional Education is published and edited by Ashland University.
International Review of Education (IRE)
Upon the recommendation of Mr. Arne Carlsen, director of the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), the UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prison, has subscribed to the International Review of Education (IRE). First published in 1931, the International Review of Comparative Education is the oldest review in the world. It has been published by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning since 1955. The IRE fosters exchanges on professional development in every region in the world, particularly developing countries. Since 2013, it has devoted itself increasingly to formal and non-formal adult education, and to eliminating illiteracy.
The UNESCO Chair would like to collaborate – with the support of the members of the steering committee, members of the scientific committee, chaired by Mr. Paul Bélanger and his collaborators – on the international scene to develop, through its research and practices, a special issue of the International Review of Education (IRE) on the theme Education in Prison.
Talk by Alan Tuckett, from the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE)
On November 10, 2014, we attended the Observatoire Compétences-Emplois at UQAM to hear Alan Tuckett’s talk, in which he discussed the main ideas behind a very interesting research study entitled The Challenges the United Kingdom Faces in Terms of Training Adults for Work, which was produced by researcher Paolo Federighi.
Mr. Tuckett is also a member of the scientific committee for the UNESCO Chair. The complete report, Adult and Continuing Education in Europe, was written by Paolo Federighi, and is available in English on this website:
UNESCO Chair website in English: http://www.cmv-educare.com/en/