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City Lit welcomes Nesta report on adult learning

In a time of rapidly changing developments in new technology, there has never been a more important role for adult education, both in the capital and nationwide. This week’s Education for All report by Nesta explores questions such as: How has employment changed over time in the UK, and what are the implications for adult learning?

City Lit BSL Teachers Conference 2020

The City Lit BSL Teachers Conference 2020 will welcome BSL teachers from all over the UK to discuss how to promote excellence in BSL teaching, to share best practice and to network with other BSL teachers. This conference is proudly supported by Signature and Signworld.

Towards Climate Action at City Lit, Wed 12 February, 5-6pm

An open meeting hosted by University and College Union to discuss what more can we do towards climate action at City Lit and beyond? Hear from Suzanne Jeffery, Chair of Campaign Against Climate Change (CACCTU) and Mark Malcomson, City Lit Principal and Chief Exec, plus a short film will be shown.

Pushkin House and City Lit

City Lit and the School of Humanities and Sciences are delighted to announce a new partnership with Pushkin House, Bloomsbury Square, to share in the celebration of Russian Arts and Culture.

City Lit shortlisted for an InsideOut Mental Health Award

We are delighted to announce that City Lit has been shortlisted for an InsideOut Mental Health Award for the work we do with our partners at the Mental Wealth Festival.

Textiles: In Transition - 3 February - 6 March 2020

The exhibition brings together students past and present and displays the breadth of skills these learners develop both during and after their course, City Lit Advanced Textiles.

Government launches Loneliness Annual Report on Blue Monday

Today on Blue Monday the Government has launched its first Loneliness Annual Report.

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