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Students learning about Globalisation, meet a Chilean refugee and his British born wife.

students Birmingham globalisation course- picture by Kevin HayesStudents at the Northside Welcome Centre in Erdington, Birmingham spent some of last term studying the recent history and politics of Chile, in South America. This was part of a longer course on Globalisation – “Understanding the Wider World”.

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The Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is an education charity committed to providing access to education and learning for adults from all backgrounds, in particular those who have previously missed out on education. Over 100 years old, the WEA is today the UK’s largest voluntary provider of adult learning.

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WEA Shropshire tutor receives regional award

Sue Blair WEA Tutor wins award

The WEA (Workers’ Educational Association) in the West Midlands recently celebrated the successes of their students, volunteers and staff at an awards ceremony as part of the regional AGM, held in Birmingham.

Regional AGM and showcase event highlights active citizenship

This year's regional Annual General Meeting was held in Austin Court in central Birmingham. Over 40 people attended the packed day which included students, tutors, staff and volunteers. The day was a little different from usual and included inspirational talks from key note speakers, Jol Miskin (Regional Education Manager) from Yorkshire and Humber region and Clare Mullin from Parliamentary Outreach.

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