WEA Lothian Local Association. Student representatives from Theatre Studies, Diggers Writers’ Group, Book Talk, Exploring Books, Breaking the Mould Women’s History project and Lothian Women’s Forum.
The key views of the learners were that:
Learners stated the importance of their learning and group activities for health and well-being. This was expressed in terms of: keeping their minds active; getting them out of the house and combatting depression; meeting new people; and getting some brief respite from caring responsibilities. They were also devoted to being part of an organisation with a social purpose and are committed to the WEA prioritising work that tackles poverty and inequality whilst enabling their groups to continue as self – organising student groups.
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