Int Rev Educ (2018) 64:287–293 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11159-018-9722-1 I N T R OD U C TI ON Realising lifelong learning for all: Governance and partnerships in building sustainable learning cities 1 1 • • Rau´l Valde´s-Cotera Mo Wang Katharina Lunardon Published online: 2 June 2018 Springer Science+Business Media B.V., part of Springer Nature, and UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning 2018 All sectors of society play a key role in providing quality education and learning opportunities. As relevant learning opportunities are not restricted to the school system, ideally all citizens, at all levels of society and stages of life, should be engaged in learning activities. This strong message was brought to the attention of the education community in 1972 with the publication of Learning to be (Faure et al. 1972), also known as the Faure Report. Today, more than four decades later, the importance of this message is ever-increasing in the face of the complex and fast-changing nature of our world. Poverty, inequality, health threats and environmental degradation are just some of the challenges humanity is facing. Driven by the rapid development of technologies and innovations, which are reshaping life and work, the recognition is growing that lifelong learning – a holistic,
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