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Lifelong learning

The transition to a sustainable world requires a change in thinking about where, what and how we learn. Learning is not only done at school, but also after and outside school (regular education). In the rapidly changing world in which we live, with the great challenge of the transition to a sustainable world, it is important that lifelong learning becomes the norm. Sustainable thinking and acting also requires current employers and employees to redefine their tasks - and with that new knowledge and skills to perform those tasks. Skills such as creativity, problem-solving ability, eagerness to learn and flexibility are becoming increasingly important in order to be able to move with the times, to manage and to anticipate the waves of the changing world. On this page you will find projects, knowledge, agenda and news items in the field of sustainable lifelong learning. 

Projects

Together with our members, we are responsible for a large number of projects that contribute to sustainable education. By seeking targeted collaboration, we reach a wider audience and accelerate the transition to sustainable education. Check out our projects that deal with lifelong learning.

Teaching Materials

Current

There is a tremendous amount happening within education in the area of sustainability. Check out the main online and offline events taking place below that deal with lifelong learning.

Agenda

There is a tremendous amount happening within education in the area of sustainability. Check out the main online and offline events taking place below that deal with lifelong learning.
Wed Sept 25, 2024 - 00:00 U

Knowledge

Everything you want to know about sustainable lifelong learning.
This starting memorandum provides an exploration for nature-inclusive education, conducted as part of the Nature Inclusive Agenda, education domain.
Leading up to this article, we struck up a conversation with Daan de Kruijf. Daan has now been active for Learning for Tomorrow for three years as...
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