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Laneway Learning runs cheap, fun classes in anything and everything.
It happens on weekday evenings in cafes, bars and other spaces around Melbourne. Classes usually have about 20 people to keep it friendly.

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Future Ethics: Human Gene Editing

With the first successful gene editing of twin babies by a Chinese doctor in 2018, many ideas previously only seen in science fiction have become very real indeed. But while technology offers us the possibility of managing or even eradicating genetic conditions, it also raises more questionable uses – designer babies whose appearance and even nature can be determined before birth; the possibility of changing our genes as adults; the expense of these procedures raising class inequality issues; and perhaps even the spectre of involuntary alteration. Come and learn more!

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12
Mar

We have a new board of directors!

Laneway Learning became a Non-For-Profit in 2015 and since then we have been very lucky to have amazing people join our board of directors to help us drive Laneway Learning forward. Being a voluntary role we are always grateful to receive such wonderful support and guidance. At the beginning of...
27
Feb

Class Chronicles – Silver pendant: Casting from nature

Silver is a beautiful metal loved by many people around the world. Silver jewellery is highly available in the marketplace because its shiny nature is suitable for any style, its durable material and affordable prices. You can use silver in different kinds of pendants such as earrings,...
14
Feb

Family Dinners

“Kids, Dinner!” A phrase I am sure many of you have heard and indeed uttered at some point in your life. What usually follows is the whole family sitting around the dining table enjoying a meal while chatting about their day and current news topics. My family dinners took over an hour because...