ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This Report on the Regional Conference on Community Learning Centres held from 26 to 28 September 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand, has been compiled by UNESCO Bangkok. This summary of proceedings is based on the presentations, discussions and reflections of participants, speakers and resource persons. . . . . . . 3 3 4 5 8 9 Special thanks go to: the Government of Japan for its financial support for the conference and its participation; the presence of the Thailand National Commission for UNESCO and the Office of the Non-Formal and Informal Education (ONIE), Ministry of Education, Thailand; active participation of the country teams and the representatives from ARTC member institutions for their contributions before and during the conference; and to the session facilitators, the presenters and the UNESCO team for their contributions

delivering programmes in local languages and the mother tongues of learners. The multipurpose nature of CLCs is also important as indicated in the Belem Framework1 of 2009, especially in communities for whom literacy is just one of many basic needs. It is also from communities that the future vision for each CLC must come if they are to become centres for lifelong learning.

Sustainability and Measuring the Success of CLCs

In order for CLCs to remain sustainable they must constantly respond to emerging trends in content provision that reflect the needs of communities, look at becoming financially self-sustaining, ensure excellent community management, and secure useable data in the form of tangible results, consistently measured.


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