What is less well known is that in pursuit of his cause, he worked with world leaders such as Yasser Arafat and Daniel Ortega, and even had the American beat poet Allen Ginsburg sleep in his bed Sir Alan took the sofa…. And if the characters that colour his stories reveal his political inclinations as being firmly on the left, his approach to politics is pragmatic. He has never shied away from public action. Keeping learning is one of the ways of keeping out of being a burden on the state through the health service. He is outraged that colleges have had their funding slashed in recent years while university budgets have boomed. After Brighton, Sir Alan moved to London in , as principal of Clapham-Battersea Adult Education Institute, where he stayed for seven years and, towards the end of his tenure, campaigned hard this time, unsuccessfully to save its parent organisation, the Inner London Education Authority.
National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (England and Wales)
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Suggest new definition. References in periodicals archive? From the Editor's desk. OU director for Wales steps down. The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education NIACE works to improve the quality and breadth of opportunities available to adults so that they can benefit from learning throughout their lives.
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