The Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE) provides a clear and comprehensive picture of the state of adult learning and education (ALE) around the world. Three reports have been published since 2009. The next GRALE will be published in 2019.
GRALE monitors whether UNESCO Member States are putting their international ALE commitments into practice. The reports combine survey data, policy analysis and case studies to provide policy-makers and practitioners with sound recommendations and examples of good practice. They present strong evidence on how ALE can help countries address current and future challenges, including the Sustainable Development Goals.
Key features of each GRALE
|GRALE 4 (2019)|
|GRALE 3 (2016)|
Identifies the benefits of ALE in three key policy domains:
(i) health and well-being;
(ii) employment and labour markets; and
(iii) social, civil and community life.
How ALE supports the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
How ALE needs to respond to major trends, including migration, ageing populations and the digital revolution.