If you want to conduct a research that transforms the lives of people, International Perspectives on Participatory Research (IPPR) is the online course to go for. This course provides exposure to a set of multi-disciplinary approaches that share a core philosophy of participation.
The St Andrew’s Clinics for Children (STACC) is a charity which was established by staff at the University of Glasgow in 1992, and over the 27 years since then STACC has provided free healthcare to over 1.5 million children in Africa.
Please save the date, 9th December, for our BALID day-conference with guest speaker Professor David Bloome of Ohio State University, to take place in London.
Our provisional title is 'Literacy as social practice: future directions and new challenges’, and the likely venue is King’s College, London. We are still working on the detailed programme, which will include discussion forums (fora?) and many opportunities for NGO and academic sharing.
ALP started as an Adult Education and Community Development Project in September 1979. A local group of women, with the help of the Community Education workers, had applied for the funding following a successful pilot in the community.