European Conference New Dynamics of Learning and Ageing: Research, Policy and Practice

Posted in: News on March 28, 2012

The conference was a huge success and was delivered through a partnership of Age Action Ireland, The Association for Education & Ageing, new dynamics of ageing and WEA.Lynne’s presentation was given during the session on ‘Learning for the Life-course’ and was based on the work of the age readiness project funded by NESTA and the life-course research project funded by The Headley Trust.To view the presentation please see related documents below and for more information please contact lynne@bjf.org.uk


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