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‘An international membership organisation, open to all. Its concern is learning in later life. Its aims are to advance knowledge, to improve practice and to contribute to the development of policy. Through AEA, professionals, volunteers, academics, researchers, tutors, policy-makers and older people work together ... AEA holds events on later-life learning that should not be missed!‘

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'LLAKES holds a public seminar series throughout the academic year alongside one-off events. All events are free to all but require booking.'

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‘Provides a confidential and accessible service for disabled students and those staff supporting them ... The University of Cambridge welcomes disabled students. There are currently disabled students studying subjects from medicine to engineering, music to African studies. There are also many disabled staff working within the University, teaching, and providing support services to students.’ The Centre has organized an Annual Disability Lecture.

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'Our events diary, with more than 300 entries a year, makes us London's liveliest centre of engagement for stakeholders in education. High-profile speakers – including our own faculty, visiting academics, politicians and educationalists – keep the IOE at the heart of public debate.'

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‘A futures organisation focussed on some of the biggest challenges facing Government and society in the context of demographic change. We ask difficult questions and present new solutions to the challenges and opportunities of ageing. We undertake research and policy analysis and create a forum for debate and action. We also host an annual Future of Ageing Conference to assemble representatives from Government, business, academia and civil society to discuss how the UK can meet the challenges and the opportunities of a rapidly ageing society.’ Also organize several events each year in various parts of the UK.

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'An occasional lecture series which aims to invite a range of speakers to give their views on current events in HE.'

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‘Taking as our guide the ideas of Raymond Williams, which he developed in his many and varied writings, we are a Charity whose trustees aim to continue his “Long Revolution”. The Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) commitments are specifically within the sphere of Adult Education ... In a time when the liberal adult education which Williams knew and respected (summarised in his statement "I've often defined my own social purpose as the creation of an educated and participating democracy") is needed as much as ever, we will help sustain and extend that tradition supporting courses and disadvantaged students through grants and bursaries.’

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