Excluded Men

8th September 2000 at 01:00
More adults are today taking up learning opportunities, but the greatest expansion has been among women. Undoubtedly, men are missing out on lifelong learning, as we reported in the July issue of this magazine.

Approaches that have worked successfully with women may not be appropriate for men. Information on practice that has been successful in attracting male learners is scarce This conference aims to analyse patterns of participation among different groups of men and to identify approaches that have been successful with younger men, working-class men, men from ethnic minorities and men over 50.

Organiser Niace

Venue The Novotel Hotel, Birmingham

Date October 19

Bookings 0116 204 4245

E-mail philippa.cattell@niace.org.uk


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