This year’, eucen’s seminar will focus on entrepreneurial thinking in lifelong learning that expands our perceptions of entrepreneurship for a more inclusive and sustainable future. University Lifelong Learning and Adult Education can play an important role in reaching the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. The SDGs place future-proofing human society to the fore, which demands radical new perspectives and practices. Entrepreneurs are people who see and act on opportunities not readily apparent to others. In the carbon-neutral digital age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution driven by the rise of artificial intelligence, we will need people who can see opportunities for sustained planetary flourishing beyond a narrow profit paradigm.
The 2019 eucen Autumn Seminar will include three interactive workshops on:
- World Citizenship;
- Citizen Science;
- Development of Micro-Enterprises with displaced and vulnerable populations
The 2019 eucen Autumn Seminar will overlap with the final symposium of the VINCE (Validation for inclusion of new citizens of Europe) project – the VINCE symposium is a free and open event. Arrive one day earlier and attend two activities without further extra cost.
The 2019 eucen Autumn Seminar has opened a Call for Contributions. You can submit your abstracts here on one of the following three topics:
- World Citizenship
- Citizen Science
- Development of Micro-Enterprises
Do not lose this opportunity to share your work! The best abstracts will be invited to submit full papers that will become part of the next eucen eJournal of ULLL.