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Agenda of the 2nd meeting, lonson, 20th April 2012



Grundtvig Learning Partnership Project
Demanding Fundamental Rights: Law-Related Education in Adult Learning
2nd Partnership Meeting: London, Friday 20th April
Draft Agenda:

9.30            Welcome and coffee

10.00         Information sharing since the last partnership meeting

10.30         Legal Capability: A conceptual framework for public legal education delivery
                  Martin Jones & Lisa Wintersteiger - Law for Life

11.30         Coffee break

11.50         Workshop: applying the framework to partners’ projects

13.00         Lunch

14.30         Progress toward Equality: Public Legal Education on Discrimination
                  Clare Shirtcliff - Advicenow

15.15         Coffee break

15.30         Facilitated workshop and discussion: Evaluating public legal education projects
                  John Seargeant – Law for Life

16. 30        What next?  Updating partnership plans

17.00         End of meeting

18.00                  Dinner

For dinner we propose to book a moderately priced local restaurant. As there will be 35 of us we are able to cover the cost of lunch but not dinner as well. We hope this is OK with you.

Could you please let us know if you have any disability access needs for the venue and hearing needs for the day itself. Thanks.




Location of the meeting
The Law Society's Hall
113 Chancery Lane
London WC2A 1PL
+44 (0) 20 7242 1222
 
Here is an interactive map to show you where it is:



Travel information

Airports

To get to central London from:

Heathrow Either travel to central London by Underground – for £5+. About 50 minutes. Or get the Heathrow Express Train – for £19. About 15 minutes.

Gatwick There are two options:
1. Train to London Victoria – 30 to 40 minutes. Not the Gatwick Express train as it is more expensive and only a bit quicker.
 2. Train to London Blackfriars, then City Thameslink, Farringdon, and London St Pancras (linked to Kings Cross station). About 1 hour.

Luton Trains to go to London St Pancras (links to Kings Cross station), then Farringdon, City Thameslink and Blackfriars. About 1 hour.

Stansted Train to London Liverpool Street. About 50 minutes. Or (much cheaper) bus to Liverpool Street (about 1 hour) or London Victoria (about 1.5 hours).

London City Airport Docklands Light Railway to Bank underground station (Central, Northern, Circle, and District Lines). About 25 minutes.

In London

You can find full transport information within London the Transport for London website.

Nearest Underground Stations
·                     Chancery Lane (Central Line)
·                     Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines)
·                     Farringdon (Circle and Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines)
·                     Temple (Circle and District Lines)
·                     Blackfriars (Circle and District Lines)

Nearest local train stations – all on the same line
·                     London St Pancras (links to Kings Cross main line and underground)
·                     City Thameslink
·                     Farringdon (also an underground station)
·                     Blackfriars (also an underground station)


Accommodation

In addition to the hotels link sent by Lisa, here are one or two other suggestions:

Doctor in the House is an agency that provides accommodation in private homes around the centre of London for visiting professionals in education, medicine and so on. £53 single, double or twin £78. You can enquire at:


There are rooms in university halls for about £40 a night single. These may not be ensuite. There are currently vacancies for our April dates in four that are not too far from the Law Society.





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