UALL Conference, 7 July - The Wider Benefits Of Lifelong Learning: The Way Forward In The Current Political Climate

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This Conference is taking place at Friends House, Euston, London - for further details, please see HERE

The social and economic benefits of lifelong learning are seldom challenged by policy-makers but neither are they actively championed. Opening with a keynote speech from Peter Scott, Professor of Higher Education Studies at UCL Institute of Education and including workshops with UALL networks the conference will give participants the opportunity to:

·        consider the wider social and economic benefits of lifelong learning

·        review recent policies and their effects

·        analyse and assess the new Government’s statements

·        develop a ‘Manifesto for Lifelong Learning’ to inform future policies

To join the mailing list and for further information contact Lucy Bate 

If you would like to register for this Conference, please complete the Booking Form

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