I’m Paul Stanistreet, a writer and editor who believes that education can help make the world a fairer, more equal, democratic and just place. I edited Adults Learning, a magazine for people working in adult education, from 2002 to 2014, and have undertaken commissioned work for UNESCO, the European Commission, the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, UCAS, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, the Learning and Work Institute and the Further Education Trust for Leadership, among others. As a writer, I have drafted high-profile reports such as Family Learning Works, the report of the Inquiry into Family Learning in England and Wales, and A Dynamic Nucleus, the final report of Baroness Sharp’s Independent Commission on Colleges in their Communities. As editor, I have undertaken large-scale projects for the European Commission, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning and the International Institute for Educational Planning. In 2016, I became Head of Publications at the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning. You can contact me at pauljstanistreet@gmail.com.


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