The Commonwealth of Learning

Institutional Arrangements for Commonwealth Co-operation in Distance Education, Report of the Working Group

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To perform these functions the Commonwealth of Learning will require a structure which provides for that measure of central direction of policy and of its decentralised activities necessary for coherence and efficiency. At the same time, that same structure needs to be capable of creating and maintaining effective and harmonious relationships between the Agency itself and the institutions at grass-roots level that will form the network of participating organisations. In addition to the links with universities and colleges the Commonwealth of Learning will need to develop relationships for specific projects or activities with organisations of a different kind including multinational corporations, other multilateral organisations such as the World Bank, World Health Organisation, Food and Agriculture Organisation and United Nations Development Programme, and also trusts and foundations.


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