WEA Health & Wellbeing Conference: how can education reduce health inequali...
Health inequalities have remained one of the most difficult problems for policy-makers to solve, but through health and wellbeing projects tailored for particular communities, the WEA has collected compelling evidence about the impact of education on people of all backgrounds.
To mark the end of the current phase of the Community Health Education in Stoke (CHEST) project, the WEA will be bringing together key leaders and activists for learning, networking and discussion. Speakers will be sharing evidence about the issues, what works well and how we can work together to create flourishing and healthy communities.
We hope you can join us for this important event.
Tickets are free and lunch will be provided (therefore, please contact us if you sign up but find you cannot attend so we can free up your place for someone else).