Caribbean Regional Council for Adult Education (CARCAE)
1978, Trinidad-Tobago, in response to a need to develop adult education in the non-Spanish speaking Caribbean. 1983, formally incorporated. 2010, attempting to restructure / reform, but no activities reported since.
Promote the awareness and recognition of the importance of adult education within the context of regional development; encourage and facilitate cooperation and collaboration among agencies in the education and training of adults within the English-, French- and Dutch-speaking territories of Caribbean; initiate and support research, training and documentation in the field of adult and continuing education.
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General Assembly (every 3 years); Executive (meets once a year).
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