Posted: 7 February 2010
This lecture will raise issues and questions about informal learning and community for older women, drawing on empirical work undertaken in the UK and Australia and on international policy developments including those in the UK and Japan. It will argue that policy and discourse has shown informal and lifelong learning as a solution to both global and local problems, and will demonstrate how older women learners can make an active and positive contribution towards such solutions through their participation in community actions.
The lecture will take place on Tuesday 16th February 2010 at 6pm in the Dalhousie Building (building 15 on the city campus map).
A drinks reception follows.
Free tickets for this event are available by:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Tel: 01382 381512 or 01382 381546
Online: www.dundee.ac.uk/tickets (under 'Other Free Lectures' section)
In person from: Tower Building Reception or OTI Reception
Please note overflow theatres may be in use.