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ASPBAE's Festival of Learning comes to Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
ASPBAE's membership hold national consultations to debate the post-2015 education agenda
ASPBAE's members (national education coalitions) throughout the Asia Pacific have been holding national consultations to help widen the national debate on the post-2015 education agenda and contribute to the global processes defining a new consensus. It is envisaged that the issues, challenges, and demands arising from the consultations will feed into ASPBAE's policy asks at the World Education Forum to be held in Korea in 2015 and its preparatory processes. The national consultations are also being held as part of ASPBAE's 50th anniversary celebrations throughout this year. The following links are summaries of national consultations held so far within iASPBAE's membership in the Asia Pacific.
ASPBAE turns 50
ASPBAE celebrated its 50th birthday on 30 January 2014 in Manila, Philippines.
The event was held in collaboration with the Philippine Educational Theater
Association (PETA) Theatre.
ASPBAE stalwarts come together for Reflection Seminar in Hong Kong
ASPBAE and dvv international jointly convened a one-day Reflection Seminar on
21 November 2013 in Hong Kong bringing together 19 personalities who have
all played an important part in ASPBAE's history.
ASPBAE launches 50th anniversary poster in Lao PDR
ASPBAE launches a poster commemorating its 50th anniversary. It was launched in Vientiane, Lao PDR, on 30 September 2013.
Policy advocacy is a priority for ASPBAE. Its advocacy efforts are focused on building greater public awareness and continued policy attention to issues related to adult education in the Asia South Pacific countries.
ASPBAE forges partnerships with organizations and institutions committed to basic and adult education, learning, gender justice, equity, and peace.
ASPBAE aims to build a corps of leaders in the Asia South Pacific that will take the education agenda forward.
ASPBAE aims to strengthen its secretariat and staff's ability to run its expanded programmes effectively and support the Executive Council in its leadership and guidance to the organization