Human Rights Day 2023 – What's going on at The Learning Foundry | News

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Human Rights Day 2023 – What's going on at The Learning Foundry

2023 is the 75th anniversary since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – detailing the rights every human being is entitled to - regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation or socio-economic background. 

At The Learning Foundry, we’re celebrating this year’s theme ‘Dignity, Freedom and Justice for all’ in our own special way. We work every day to ‘make talent shine,’ and we’re strong believers that ‘talent shines where kindness thrives.’  

This festive season, we’re transforming our campus exterior, demonstrating what we’re doing on the inside to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development goals, like providing ‘quality education,’ ‘reducing inequalities’ and ‘working in partnership’ to achieve goals.

Snowmen now cover the windows of our base in Liverpool City Centre, The Watson Building on Renshaw Street. Our snowy scene shows how learners find us, perhaps needing a little bit of help, support - or help popping our carrot back on! Our staff (and fellow snowbeings) are on hand to build them back up, making sure they have all the tools they need to need to thrive. 

We’re working towards these goals all year round, with our learners, our staff and our network, to ensure we help individuals and businesses reach their full potential – academically and personally.  

As we reach the end of 2023, we hope our display will replicate the work we’ve done in the past year, and how we’ll continue to provide learners with all the tools, and a helping of kindness, so their talent can shine in 2024. 

Enquire now about our courses for 2024.

View our learner support offer, here.

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