6 July 2021
Please refer to this page for information about Covid-19 and our response. We will update this page with more information as it becomes available.
29 June 2021
‘Green care’ or ‘nature-based interventions for health’ is a growing area of study and practice. Studies suggest that contact with nature has therapeutic benefits and there is growing recognit...
23 June 2021
Find out more about the 2021-22 winners of the Malorie Blackman 'Unheard Voices' scholarship fund at City Lit.
In the UK, 12 million people have hearing loss and at least 4.4. million people with hearing loss are of working age so the chances are that you will have a colleague who will struggle with their hear...
City Lit has created programming communities for all its students. Using the platform Gitter, we have created general and language-specific forums to help students collaborate and learn.
21 April 2021
This year we welcome four more wonderfully talented and highly committed Fellows: Dame Esther Rantzen, Francesca Martinez, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE and the Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP.
5 March 2021
Throughout our history, City Lit has played a significant role in educating female Londoners. Empowerment through education – regardless of gender – has been at the centre of our activities throug...
Why do we tell stories and how can we use 'story' to increase our influence? Science informs us that when facts are contained within stories, then the listener will remember the content more effective...
26 February 2021
The benefits of language learning range from professional development and new career opportunities to cognitive and mental health benefits - but the positive mental wellbeing impact of learning a new ...
26 February 2021
In this post, Phil Chamberlain, Executive Director External Engagement at City Lit, shares his thoughts on the Skills for Jobs White Paper.