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Educating the Public

If you’re like me, you probably grew up thinking that serious learning only happened in school, college and university. The consequence of this belief is that it devalues, denies, and discriminates against how most of the world actually learns, which is outside of formal education.

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What is a Learning City?

A Learning City is both a proclamation and a strategy to map and support all of a cities’ lifelong learning initiatives

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24 Education Spaces for Social Change That You Need to Know About

I love spaces that bring people together to learn. You name it. Libraries, community centres, recreation spaces, parks, town halls. My favourite are spaces that say “we can make this world a bit better by learning together”. I love those spaces so much that I did a Masters degree on what they look like and how […]

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Anti-Oppression – What’s in a name?

The buzzwords ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusion’ have surged in popularity amongst banks, governments and community organizations alike, so why do so many social justice practitioners cling to the terminology of ‘anti-oppression’?

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How to lead a good walk

To use a quote from Tilden’s Principles, a good walk “is not instruction, but provocation”