Equality, Inclusion and Action in Adult Education – WEA Conference 2011
On Friday 28th October 2011 there is a WEA Conference at the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham.
At this conference learners on a recent learning programme at Bright Ideas about community action research are speaking at one of the workshops. They are Miriam Ghaffar and Parveen Begum.
It is a one day conference on the role of adult education in building a bigger and better society.
David Hughes, NIACE Chief Exective
Dame Pauline Green, President of the international Co-operative Alliance
Richard Wilkinson, co-author of ‘The Spirit Level’
A choice of sixteen workshop sessions, including:
Tom Wilson, Director of unionlearn
Henry Tam, writer and policy expert in democratic engagement
Peter Bradley former MP, and Chief Executive of Speakers’ Corner Trust
WEA workshops on running educational projects for equality, inclusion and community involvement.
Plus a conference address from John Hayes MP, Minister of State for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning.
For more information please contact:
Maria Chica, Conference Secretary
WEA, 4 Luke Street,
London EC2A 4XW
020 7426 3486
If you would like to book a place please download the flyer below to read more information about the conference and fill in the booking form at the end of the flyer.