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Register an event for Dublin Learning City Festival

 

Dublin Learning City Festival will take place between the 30th March to the 3rd of April 2020. The festival promotes lifelong learning for all. 

 

Dublin, Ireland, has been established as a Learning City, as defined by UNESCO. In collaboration with Dublin City Council and other educational and community stakeholders, Dublin Learning City will deliver and co-ordinate the programmes concept across Dublin city. This will include a week-long Learning Festival promoting learning for all. Events are Free to attend, and it will be a fun-filled week with plenty of learning activities to choose from. Similar events also take place in the Republic of Ireland in Limerick and Cork. 

 

The aim of the Dublin Learning City initiative is to ensure that education and learning is accessible and free for all inhabitants, regardless of age, in traditional and non-traditional settings. 

 

The festival is currently accepting applications for events to take place as part of the festival. Eligible events include those which promote lifelong learning and which the public would benefit from taking part. 

 

Register an event for the festival.

 

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