• November 2017

WEA Nov 2017 impact report

Trevor Philips: This report provides incontrovertible evidence that adult education and lifelong learning can be and must be part of the answer to our society’s current challenges.

Ruth Spellman reflects on the Autumn Budget

Why isn’t lifelong learning a more prominent part of the more productive and creative future the Chancellor was trying to describe?

Living Wage Week 2017

Here at the WEA we are really pleased to continue our support in being a living wage employer. The living wage awareness week is an important step in encouraging other employers across the UK to join us.

Why the awards are important to me and the WEA

The first thing I should say is that I am seriously addicted to awards ceremonies. It was an early decision when I joined the WEA to make celebration part of our ethos and cultural. I believe this is particularly important when the winners have all of them succeeded despite the odds stacked against them.