Independent Working Class Education Leeds Day School- 1 November 2014, Leeds

Independent Working Class Education Leeds Day School 

10am – 4pm, Saturday 1 November 2014

Swarthmore Centre, 2-7 Woodhouse Square, Leeds LS3 1AD

To book: email  iwceducation@yahoo.co.uk  

Programme

 

10.00   Welcome + presentation of the draft IWCE manifesto

10.30   Panel on public provision: WEA and university adult education – Jol Miskin, Dick Taylor

11.15   Radical theatre and cultural empowerment – Ron Rose and Mick Martin

12.00   Panel: Independent educational initiatives – Reinhard Huss (Café Economique),

Ed Carlisle (Leeds Summat), Brian Flynn (Enough Waiting), Alasdair Beal (Café Scientifique)

12.45   Lunch break (food available in the Swarthmore cafe)

1.30     IWCE when researching and discovering Nineteenth Century Liverpool –

Dave Douglass

2.15     Enlightened publics: popular education movements in Europe – Tom Steele

3.00     Migration and adult education – John Grayson

3.45     IWCE manifesto feedback

4.00     close   Cost:    £5 (for room hire) Pay On Day. Food available.

Directions:  see http://www.swarthmore.org.uk/find-us

If you are coming by train, catch the City Bus from the station to Park Lane College. Get off at the Clarendon Wing stop in Woodhouse Square. Swarthmore Centre is round the corner. There’s free parking in the car park of Joseph’s Well, Hanover Walk, an office building just next door to the centre.

 

Entertainment for Saturday evening, 7.30 pm:

England, Arise! – a play about conscientious objectors in 1914, by Bent Architect at the Leeds Carriageworks Theatre.

For booking and directions see http://www.leeds.gov.uk/carriageworks/Pages/default.aspx.      For details of the production see http://www.bentarchitect.co.uk/ .

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