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2016 | 2(29) | 251-268
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Competence approach – the basis of modern postgraduate education for sustainable development

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The idea of sustainable development in the world has a large number of supporters who genuinely believe its ideology most promising of this century and, perhaps, the whole of the third millennium. They are convinced that the process of deepening scientific validity, sustainable development strategy to gradually replace other philosophical ideology, which, in their opinion, is fragmented and unable to ensure a balanced development of civilization. And over time, sustainable development will be the only acceptable alternative to overcome all the other global threats facing humanity. So when decade of UN education for sustainable development is completing, our country and, above all, the scientific elite, critically need to start reforming the education and research sector to sustainable development, using as one of the options – a system of postgraduate education as part of lifelong learning.
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251-268
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2016
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  • Faculty of retraining and advanced training, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kiev, Ukraine
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Publication order reference
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1734-2031
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-dc7ddd98-db75-4bff-b6cb-ddee568d4a0d
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