Lifelong Learning: Local, regional, international?

UALL 2017 Annual Conference
5-7 April - York

The Conference will include: 
  • keynote presentations: national and international perspectives on current issues
  • seminar/workshops: a large programme on practice, research and policy
  • poster sessions on innovative projects
  • opportunity for networking and sharing experiences
  • Conference Dinner including book launch, UALL Awards ceremony
The Conference will be held at the Monkbar Hotel in the centre of the historic city of York.  We will be starting on the Wednesday evening, 5 April with an informal dinner to welcome delegates, international members and guests. This will be followed by two days’ conference on the Thursday and Friday.

The Drinks Reception, Book Launch and Conference Dinner will be held at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall on the Thursday evening and we are grateful to York St John for sponsoring the Drinks Reception.  The Hall dates from the 15th Century and is situation within the medieval city wall.  The 2017 UALL Awards Ceremony will take place at the Annual Dinner.

Key themes for the conference will include:

· Promoting development through lifelong learning which enhances local and regional development

· Promoting understanding and dialogue through formal and non-formal learning for a global society

· Developing sustainable partnerships for economic and social development: local, national and global

· Developing a local curriculum which is international in outlook

We are pleased that the Vice Chancellor of York St John, Professor Karen Stanton, will be opening the Annual Conference on the Thursday morning.

Conference Programme including workshops is now available

The Registration Form can be found HERE

York Hotel Accommodation   - To receive these discounted rates, delegates must book directly with the hotel by 1 MARCH 2017

Travel Directions to York and Hotel Location

Map of York
For further details contact: Lucy Bate
We look forward to seeing you in York
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