Workers' Educational Association

Workers' Educational Association
96-100 Clifton Street
Shoreditch
London
England
EC2A 4TP

Website

www.london.wea.org.uk

E-mail

rmortimer@wea.org.uk

Telephone

020 7426 1977

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NEW COURSE!
Tuesdays 6pm to 8pm starts June 3rd
for 6 weeks
'The Trade Union Movement and the First World War':
Course Id C2417323
The First World War represents national glory and tragedy but it was also a crucial turning point in the development of the trade union movement and the relationship among labour, business and the state. Come and find out more.
Cost: £51.35 per attendee
Concessions: free on income related benefit
Venue: WEA, 96-100 Clifton St, EC2A 4TP
Enrol: 0800 328 1060 www.london.wea.org.uk
Tutor: Martin Boyle

Venue Type:

Association or society

Opening hours

NEW COURSE!
Tuesdays 6pm to 8pm starts June 3rd
for 6 weeks

Admission charges

Cost: £51.35 per attendee
Concessions: free on income related benefit
Enrol: 0800 328 1060 www.london.wea.org.uk
Course Id C2417323

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Resistance to World War One - drawing inspiration 100 years on

  • 16 October — 13 November 2014

This course for adults provides a look at the diverse groups who resisted or opposed World War One: the women's movement, Quakers, anarchists, poets...and what inspiration we can draw from their values and actions in the search for alternatives to war in our contemporary world.

Suitable for

  • 18+

Where

Wellington Methodist Church
New Street
Wellington
Shropshire
TF1 1LU
England

Admission

£39 for the course, free to those in receipt of means tested benefits

Website

https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2014/CourseInfo.aspx?ActivityID=314089

Resistance to World War One - drawing inspiration 100 years on

  • 5 — 26 November 2014

This course provides a look at the diverse groups who resisted or opposed WW1: the women's movement, trade unionists, Quakers, anarchists, poets...and what inspiration we can draw from their values and actions in the search for alternatives to war in our contemporary world

Suitable for

  • 18+

Where

Trinity Centre
Church Road
Meole Brace
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY3 9HF
England

Admission

£39, free to those in receipt of means tested benefits. Please ring 01952 614451 or email telfordcentre@wea.org.uk to reserve a place

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