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The Next Ragged University Events:

Edinburgh: 29th May Come to St Margaret's House, Gallery One: Mad World Art Exhibition Opening


Edinburgh: 30th May Come along to The Central Library with your laptop for: IT and Biscuits


Edinburgh: 31st May Come along to Serenity Cafe for: Film (The Corporation) and Curry Night

Manchester: 11th June Come along to the Castle Hotel, 2 talks: ‘Excellence for Dyslexia’ plus ‘Slow TV’

 

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    Contribute to writing the Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities by explaining our rights by their corresponding responsibilities... More

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    Create your own online course with Community Open Online Courses - COOCs. Learn through teaching, share knowledge freely... More

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