Dear readers,

in Volume XXII following articles are published:


  • Anes Čerkez, Denis Berberović

Adults’ Attitudes and Opinions Towards Elements of Promotional Mix and Promotion of Adult Education Programs

  • Maja Jelačić, Anita Zovko

Lifelong Learning – Route to Future

  • Ana-Maria Rešetar, Anita Zovko

Comparative Analysis of Adult Education Systems in Croatia and Germany

  • Hatidža Çapkin

Meeting Professional Development Needs of Architects: Models for Integrating BIM into Educational Programs

  • Amina Smajović

Preparation of Future Teachers for Educational Work with Gifted Students


Book Review

  • Draga Gajić

Social Inclusion in Context of VET Schools



  • Key Findings from the 5th Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE 5)


Call for papers for the issue of the Journal Adult Education in 2023.:

Journal Obrazovanje odraslih / Adult Education publishes original scientific and professional papers in the field of adult education and learning.

The Journal also publishes releases, reviews, documents and information on the practice and policy on adult education in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, reports and reviews, current articles from foreign journals, as well as information on significant events from the country, region, Europe and the world related to adult education and learning.

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All submitted articles are first reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief and then undergo a double-blind peer review process by at least two reviewers – one local and the other international. The reviewer cannot be from the same institution as the author of the manuscript. Translations, book reviews, and reports about scientific and professional events are subject to only the editor’s review.

Reviewers assess the methodology and content of the manuscript, as well as whether it is suitable for publication in the Journal. Anonymized reviewers’ comments are sent to the author, who, if required, sends back the revisions.

Indexing and Abstracting:



DOI: 10.53617/isnn.2744-2047
ISSN: 1512-8784 (Print)
ISSN: 2744-2047 (Online)


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Dear Colleagues,


we would like to inform you that the deadline for submitting contributions for Volume XXIII is September 15, 2023. The Call for papers is available from the link:


Best regards,

Editorial Board fo the Journal of Adult Education


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Public Institution „Bosnian Cultural Center of Sarajevo Canton“ has established the Center for Lifelong Learning (CLLL) with the financial and advisory support of the partner organization DVV International – Office for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Establishment of the Center for Lifelong Learning resulted from the need to place adult education into the legal framework, which entails the entry of the Center for Lifelong Learning into the Register of Adult Education Provider in Canton Sarajevo (CS), which would be in accordance with the Law on Adult Education of CS.

Lifelong learning is the best tool to replace the concept of lifelong workplace with the concept of lifelong knowledge, skills and competences. The change of concept is conditional onconstant increase of new knowledge and rapid obsolescence of existing knowledge, but also on the need to adapt existing non-specific knowledge, skills and competences to the requirements of changing workplaces. Lifelong learning becomes much more than an economic issue, since a higher level of education and continuous learning, accessible to all, is an essential prerequisite for reducing inequality and preventing the marginalization of an individual or group.


  • To enable citizens to be more competitive on the labor market through provision of various longer and shorter educational programs
  • To strengthen social inclusion of citizens
  • To develop individual potential of each participant

To reduce the marginalization of vulnerable groups of the society (unemployed persons, elderly, people with disabilities and the disabled, women, young people, etc.), and to improve their economic situation.