Manifesto, General Election 2015
Skills for Prosperity: Building Sustainable Recovery for All
About This Publication
The social benefits if we could achieve a true lifelong learning society would be profound – stronger communities, better attainment by children, a more tolerant society, more volunteering, better health and higher levels of well-being. The economic benefits of a lifelong learning society are also enormous with better and higher skills investment leading to higher productivity and more successful businesses.
This manifesto urges all of the political parties to forge a new skills strategy for all which reflects the challenges we face and makes the most of the opportunities we have as people live longer.
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