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Andragoške studije
2015, br. 1, str. 25-40
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 15/11/2016
'Što se više stvari menjaju, sve više ostaju iste' - pismenost odraslih od 2000 god. - stanovište civilnog društva
aUniversity of Wolverhampton, UK
bUniverzitet u Beogradu

Sažetak

Politika obrazovanja odraslih se na međunarodnom nivou stvara pomoću nekoliko instrumenata - globalnim obavezama, dogovorenim agendama, globalnim programima i zajedničkim akcijama. Pismenost je široko priznata kao jedan od najvažnijih ciljeva globalnih agendi - uključujući Milenijumske razvojne ciljeve i Obrazovanje za sve, obe usvojene 2000. godine, kao i nedavno usvojene Ciljeve održivog razvoja. Autori su aktivno učestvovali u stvaranju politike i imali su priliku da analiziraju koncepte, učesnike i događaje, kao i planiranje i primenu politike. U ovom radu oni iznose pregled uloge pismenosti u Milenijumskim razvojnim ciljevima i Obrazovanju za sve. U svojim analizama dokumenata i tekstova, kao i izveštaja monitoringa i istraživanja, autori su pokazali da postoji veliki jaz između planova politike i rezultata i istakli razloge tog neuspeha koji mogu da utiču i na postizanje Ciljeva održivog razvoja. Posebno su usredsređeni na perspektivu civilnog društva - kao važan partner u stvaranju globalne politike, civilno društvo nudi koncept i pristup koji može pomoći da se postojeći jaz premosti i postignu bolji rezultati na polju pismenosti odraslih. Navedeni su primeri sa nekoliko kontinenata, a javno zastupanje je istaknuto kao jedno od glavnih oruđa u efikasnijem učešću nevladinih organizacija u donošenju odluka i dijalogu o obrazovanju odraslih na globalnom nivou.

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