Popular education is different from formal education:
Â· It begins with the everyday life and concerns of participants.
Â· It leads to actions for change.
Â· It explores alternatives to the present system
Â· It analyses issues of power, inequality and injustice.
Â· It encourages active participation
The Popular Education Programme 2015 builds on previous experiences and insights. Through its dialogue and workshop series, the youth course and specifically designed work with organisations the programme targets experienced and new educators working in NGOs and grassroots organisations. All participants must have a belief in and passion for education as a vehicle for change and transformation.
The Dialogue series