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non-formal

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Definition of non-formal in English:

adjective

Having a relaxed or informal style or nature: a non-formal friendly atmosphere non-formal systems of education
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  • We also want to work on creating more partnerships, especially between schools and nonformal institutions.
  • We also found that teachers and nonformal educators wanted more materials and training on biodiversity.
  • Nonformal political actors are rendered invisible in the space of national politics.

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