The Learning Together team is running a race! Staff, students, supporters and family members will all be raising money.
Learning Together: Being, belonging, becoming
Learning Together is a national, and increasingly international, learning community including students from prisons, probation and universities.
Learning Together provides higher education opportunities for people within and without criminal justice organisations to study together, and learn with and from each other through dialogue and the sharing of experience.
There are Learning Together partnerships between over 50 criminal justice and higher education organisations in the UK. Our learning communities are individually aspirational and socially transformative. They provide progression and pipeline opportunities for learners to nurture individual growth and to challenge social disadvantage as a barrier to higher education learning. We aim to be at the forefront of developing and implementing collaborative, innovative and robustly and theoretically led evaluation of practices and impacts in order to understand how best to positively transform individual, communal and broader social views, practices and structures. In doing so, we work collaboratively with other prison and higher education partnerships and networks, nationally and internationally.
When we learn together it makes us all realise that the distances between us are smaller than we imagine, that the potential we all possess is liberated in encounter with each other, and that the ideas we study have life and power beyond books. It makes us see the possibilities for doing good in the world through and with connectedness and knowledge. When we learn together we realise we are more together.
Past and current students and staff, in the prisons and in the community, are getting together to run The Great South (10 mile) run on 21st October 2018 . We need to raise funds to continue to grow and develop Learning Together and support our students into higher education opportunities as they leave prison.
Please sponsor us!
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