Consejo de Educación de Adultos de América Latina (CEAAL)
Conseil de l'éducation des adultes de l'Amérique latine
Latin American Council of Adult Education
1981, as regional council of B-XB4416 - International Council for Adult Education (ICAE). Statutes adopted 3 Sep 1983. Also referred to as Latin American Adult Education Council.
Promote adult education in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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General Assembly (every 4 years); Executive Committee; Steering Committee; General Secretariat, headed by Secretary General. Networks and Working Groups: F-XF1246 - Red de Educación Popular entre Mujeres de América Latina y el Caribe (REPEM LAC), created 1982 and supporting the grass roots women's movement. (2) 'Popular Education (REPPOL)' in conjunction with F-XF1152 - Popular Education Coordinated Regional Program. (3) U-XF7103 - Red Latinoamericana de Educación para la Paz y los Derechos Humanos (REPDH); (4) 'Literacy', supporting efforts of NGOs and based on participation in CREFAL. (5) 'Systematization'.
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