Arusha Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications in Higher Education in Africa
The regional convention on the recognition of higher education studies and degrees in Africa was adopted on 5 December 1981 in Arusha, Tanzania, with a view to promoting regional co-operation through the academic mobility of lecturers and students.
- 2000-2005 
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Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver and UNESCO, 2002)Regional Convention on the recognition of studies, certificates, diplomas, degrees and other academic qualifications in Higher Education in the African States
Guiton, Patrick (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 1998-10)In the very few minutes available to me I want to mention in summary four very current higher education projects which are, I believe, indicative of the ways in which international cooperation in distance and open learning ...
Kanwar, Asha; Umar, Abdurrahman; Balasubramanian, K (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2014-10-29)Transcript and presentation slides of a Public Lecture at the University of Hong Kong School of Professional and Continuing Education, (HKU SPACE), 29 October 2014. Presented by Professor Asha Kanwar and co-written with ...
Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2011-07-07)UNESCO Farewell Reception for Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić – COL Focal Point at UNESCO, 7 July 2011, The Respected Face of UNESCO Higher Education, Remarks by Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning (Assistant Director-General ...
Daniel, John (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2006-09-21)The role of standard setter has come to the fore since that first meeting as UNESCO and the OECD have jointly developed Guidelines on Quality Assurance in Cross-Border Higher Education. This work has also showed UNESCO at ...